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Re: Unclear: CVS and Subversion repository difference.

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-06-17 05:19:53 CEST

On Jun 16, 2005, at 8:56 PM, Ron Gilbert wrote:
> True, but then you have the version number issue. I don't want all
> my projects jumping up a version number when they are 100% unrelated.

This isn't a problem; you just imagine to be. Lots of subversion
newbies think that it matters, and it just doesn't. Here's a FAQ
about it:


Seriously, just try it out. When the global revision increases, it's
a meaningless thing.

> And, how would you control the access rights if they were in the
> same repository (I am using svn://)? Am I missing something obvious?

If you're using svn://, then you can control per-directory write-
access via a pre-commit hook script. There's no way to control per-
directory read-access. If you're using http://, then mod_authz_svn
can control both read and write access.

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