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Re: stop projects in svn

From: Timothy Smith <timothy_at_open-networks.net>
Date: 2005-04-29 10:12:00 CEST

Andreas Tengicki wrote:

> Hello
> I'm new in svn (and repositories in general) but I hope that there a
> many positive effects by using it.
> If I have checked in two Projects in my repository tree
> Now I want to start a new Project 3 as a project that includes 1 and
> 2. For example I have two services which guard different applications.
> Now I made a project to write a service to guard any application which
> is configured.
> How I can mark the project as stopped. So that you can checkout older
> tags for support, but not check out the head revision for new
> development, because you should use project 3 for that.
> I hope you can unterstand what I mean, feel free to ask, thanks for
> your help.
> Andreas

perhaps make project 3 a new repositry entirly, so anyone trying to
check out the other 2 projects needs to actually go looking for them,
and hence know what they are after.
maybe even only allow anonymous access to the 2 older projects. and no
write access as well.

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