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my first repository/ies

From: Quinn Comendant <quinn_at_strangecode.com>
Date: 2005-05-29 02:15:13 CEST

Hello!

I'm a new subversion (or cvs) user and need some advice setting up my
development environment. I have multiple projects that I would like to
have in the separate repositories, but on the local working copy the
projects will be intermixed. One is my php application framework that is
used for all website applications I develop. The other is the code for a
specific website. For example:

Codebase repository, contains:
    admin_common
    codebase

Site repository, contains:
    admin
    htdocs
    config

And on the local working copy the directory structure will be:
    admin_common
    codebase
    admin
    htdocs
    config

But when I try to checkout the repositories into my working directory, it
doesn't work, i.e.:

cd ~/Code/live
svn co svn+ssh://strangecode.com/home/p/subv/codebase .
svn co svn+ssh://strangecode.com/home/p/subv/dcfwww .

Apparently two projects can't share the same working directory? I'm
trying to avoid having to move the projects into separate local
directories each time I want to update/add/commit/etc and move back to
continue working.

There will be 3 other developers working on our projects. For each site
we're using Trac to manage tickets and refer to the repositories, hence
the requirement for separate repositories.

Obviously I have no idea what I'm doing.

Quinn

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