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Re: my first repository/ies

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2005_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2005-05-30 15:33:27 CEST

On 29.05.2005, at 02:15, Quinn Comendant wrote:

> 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:
> [snip]
> 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.

If you're going to share code, then you really want all the code in a
single repository. Trac's one-project-equals-one-repository mindset is
the reason why we did not end up using Trac in our company, but went
with Mantis instead.

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Received on Mon May 30 15:35:31 2005

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