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working with multiple related projects

From: charles i <charlieboy7_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-10-10 12:52:35 CEST

I'm new to SVN, and have been (unsuccessfully) trying
to set up a repository (respositories) for working
with multiple related projects.

We have many projects, all using a common base code,
and some sharing a set of sub-projects. Ideally, I
would like my repository set up like:


To build project1, I would first checkout "common" and
then would checkout project1 on top - any files in
common that are also in project1 will be overwritten
e.g. property files.

Is this kind of set up possible in SVN?

I've tried various options, but have been unable to
checkout 2 projects (i.e. common and project1) into
the same local directory. I would also like to be able
edit files in common and project1 at the same time
i.e. I don't want to have to build common as a
seperate project.

Any suggestions?


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