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Using Subversion for both hardware and software versioning

From: Stephen Turner <sgturner_at_audioscience.com>
Date: 2005-06-21 00:29:16 CEST

We are currently using CVS for our sw versioning.

We'd also like to put our hardware projects (schematics, FPGA code etc)
under version control. The schematic files are binary - one reason why CVS
is nota good choice.

So, we are thinking of putting everything under Subversion.

Question - should everything (h/w and s/w) be in one repository - i.e have
one global version?. Our development dir tree looks something like this:

base
--hw
  --project1
  --project2
  .....
  --projectN
--sw
  --applications
    --project1
    --project2
    .....
    --projectN
  --drivers
    --project1
    --project2
    .....
    --projectN
  --firmware
    --project1
    --project2
    .....
    --projectN

We were thinking that maybe we should have one repository for h/w and one
for s/w, but would like to hear from other users who are using Subversion in
a similar scope.

thanks
------------------------
Stephen Turner
AudioScience, Inc.

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