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Re: issue tracking / project managment with svn - integration

From: Scott Palmer <scott.palmer_at_2connected.org>
Date: 2005-08-02 03:17:29 CEST

On 1-Aug-05, at 8:10 AM, Clemens A Mensik wrote:

> ...every email I read, I'm getting more unsure about which one to use.
> Setting up one trance instance for all projects is currently no
> considerable
> option because I'd like to seperate them a little... most important
> is the
> svn project segmentation: how do you handle all your projects in one
> repository?

Just do it. If you put all your repositories on the same hard drive
is it really any different?

> every commit adds up one revision number for every project,
> isn't that a little bit confusing?

No. Forget the idea of revision numbers being per project. It doesn't

> starting one project at revision # 1230 ?

Is 0 any less arbitrary?
It all works out well. Each commit creates a unique revision, each
branch is distinct, that's all that matters. On a specific branch
from rX to rY it doesn't matter if there are revs between that happen
on a different branch. Just think of them like commits that correct
a spelling mistake in a comment, they won't really matter or get in
the way.


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