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Re: early reflections on subversion methodology

From: Scott Palmer <scott.palmer_at_2connected.org>
Date: 2005-08-02 03:48:01 CEST

On 1-Aug-05, at 5:41 AM, Thomas Beale wrote:

> I haven't had the time to think an architectural solution through,
> but all this sounds very reasonable. One thing I am fairly sure of:
> there would not be any "tags" directory; I would simply record the
> tag against the revision number being tagged. Of course this
> mitigates against using multiple project trees in one repository,
> which I initially thought sounded good, but in the end I think is
> unusable; it has to be one project per repository. Doing otherwise
> renders the versioning across the board completely meaningless, and
> means that svn really is just a versioned file-system (and I'm not
> knocking that!).

I don't follow. I am currently using subversion with multiple
projects per repository and I am recording milestones by revision
number, not 'tags'. It works fine.


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