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Re: Help Needed w/Subversions Weird Repository Layout

From: Craig A. Vanderborgh <craigv_at_voxware.com>
Date: 2005-03-11 19:03:07 CET

Hello Again:

First, thanks to Gary, David, and Ben for the input. I do appreciate
that Subversion does not place any hard and fast requirements on how
repositories are laid out. On the other hand, it is clear that you can
really cause yourself a lot of trouble by making bad choices at the
set-up stage. Your advice will prevent that from happening.

What I was really after (thank you, Gary) is figuring out the intended
or "canonical" way of setting up repositories. Gary's suggestion is
what I was looking for. I found something else of great help that I
wanted to point out for other people in my situation.

The GCC project itself is now using Subversion for its VCS, and it has
an extremely helpful Wiki that covers something the book leaves out -
use of Subversion for the case of a large-ish "real world" project. We
found this extremely helpful, and the Subversion people might want to
refer to this on the site:


By the way, kudos to the Subversion developers - having the GCC project
as a Subversion "user" is clearly quite an achievement!!

Thanks a lot for the assistance,
craig vanderborgh
voxware incorporated

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Received on Fri Mar 11 19:05:42 2005

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