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Re: Mac OS X - best setup for small developer?

From: Richard Jolly <richardjolly_at_mac.com>
Date: 2005-03-24 18:04:58 CET

On Thursday, March 24, 2005, at 04:55AM, Dave Camp <dave@thinbits.com> wrote:

>On Mar 23, 2005, at 2:40 PM, Craig Heilman wrote:
>> I'd like to be able to not only have a working copy of the code on the
>> laptop, but also be able to access older versions from the repository.
>> Unfortunately, most clients do not allow "foreign" machines on their
>> networks, so I'd probably need a copy of the repository(s) on the
>> laptop rather than trying to access it via the Internet. When the
>> laptop repository(s) is "active", the desktop repository would not be
>> in use (there's only one of me).


Perhaps svk would help you?



>> (4) Although the "Book" says you can put multiple projects in one
>> repository, is there any advantage to having a repository for each
>> project (most my projects are just text code files)?
>I would guess the tradeoff is convenience for sharing files (single
>repository) vs not putting all of your eggs in one basket (multiple
>repositories). If you are storing archives for your clients (i.e. you
>are a consultant or contractor) you might be better off with separate
>repositories to keep their source completely separate.

This is my approach - one repository per client. But I think it really depends on if you are likely to share code/files across clients. Anything thats shared benefits from being in a single repository.


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