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RE: Project and Repository Philosophy

From: <xevious_at_heavyphoton.com>
Date: 2005-05-10 19:19:23 CEST

> G'day xev,

Very good, and I appreciate the effort. However, like I said,
I have read the docs (actually I have been playing with SVN for
about 6 months).

I am interested more in the tradeoffs between the two approaches
that I mentioned.

If we go with a separate repo for each project we then have to
refer to builds as Foo rev 1792 with Business Objects rev 467.

If we lump every thing together in one repo, it gives an artificial
impression of activity to those too lazy to look at the logs. That is,
Business Objects went from rev 467 to rev 1793 over the course of
four weeks - in reality there was only a single change to Business

Actual releases are not an issue as we always use meaningful tag
names. I am just trying to keep the developer confusion down between


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