On Friday 17 June 2005 17:02, Servico Tpd Rodrigo Alfonso Menezes Madera
> Are you serious that the
> Project1 programmers can freely change the Project45 revision? I don´t see
> any meaning here. Even if you say: "Hey, it´s a technical gory deatil so
> you don´t have to use dates." Ok. I buy it. But does it make sense that
> yesterday you were working with revision 342 of Project2 and suddenly today
> in the morning you are working with revision 784? I mean, the guys from
> Project45 have gone wild in their nightly work, but why the heck should
> that mess with me? Project45 is a Web page, they commit every second. And
> as an organized person, I preffer to know that my project increases it´s
> "not-to-be-considered" release as a helper, and not an exposed technical
> piece that we should share among all...
What you write about Project1 and Project45 tells me that the two projects
should simply be in separate repositories. Subversion makes it very easy to
have as many repos as you need ;).
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