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Re: working with multiple related projects

From: Robert P. J. Day <rpjday_at_mindspring.com>
Date: 2005-10-10 13:01:40 CEST

On Mon, 10 Oct 2005, charles i wrote:

> 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:
> trunk\common\src
> trunk\project1\src
> trunk\project2\src

i know i've harped on this before but make sure you're not misled by
the term "project." in subversion, there is technically no such
thing as a "project." a subversion repo is simply a directory
structure with subdirectories you can interpret any way you want.

if you want to interpret some of those directories as "projects,"
that's up to you. but subversion itself doesn't recognize any such
thing. just sayin'.


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