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

From: Zieg, Mark <mark.zieg_at_lmco.com>
Date: 2005-03-24 19:59:01 CET

>> (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)?

An advantage of keeping all projects in a single repository is that, if
you copy files from one project to another (reusing old Makefiles,
unit-test drivers, Doxyfiles, anything easier to "copy-and-kludge" than
recreate), you get to keep the revision history. In contrast, AFAIK, if
your "svn cp" between two different repositories, all you get is the
latest version of the file.

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