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sharing libraries between projects

From: Stefan Kadow <stkadow_at_web.de>
Date: 2005-02-04 21:26:37 CET


I am a newbie to version control systems. I read almost the whole
Subversion book. Now I am thrilled of it and can't await to begin using
Subversion. But I don't want to make mistakes in planning the layout. So
here comes my question:

I use to share static libraries between different projects. When I am
working on one of those projects I just use the compiled and linked
library (with include files) for linking, not the source code of that

I am looking for a nice way to have separate repositories for every
project (source code) and a separate repository for the source code of
the library with branches and tags. But where do I am versioning the
compiled and linked library file? Do I have to use a copy of this static
library as a vendor drop in every project repository? (I mean a
directory with this library)

I hope, I did not overlooked a chapter with hints for best practices by
experienced folk.


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