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Re: Path structure

From: Russ Brown <pickscrape_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-06-26 16:01:33 CEST

Marc Sherman wrote:
> Russ Brown wrote:
>
>>
>> The directory structure is entirely up to you. However, if you are
>> going to want to create branches for your project, then you're going
>> to need somewhere to put them. Hence the 'branches' directory.
>
>
> Has anyone ever considered putting trunk under branches? Logically,
> trunk is a branch, and that gives the benefit that all the branches are
> at the same level, so tools can automate on [repo]/branches/([^/]+)/ .
>

That's another option, though personally I do prefer to have the trunk
stored in such a way that it is obviously separate from the other
branches. You also need to consider that you might want a hieracrical
categorisation strategy for your branches, so you can categorise them,
for example:

branches/enhancements/
branches/fixes/
branches/experiments/

etc.

That's the beauty of it: you really can arrange things any way you want.
 :-)

-- 
Russ.
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