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Re: Multiple Repositories

From: Bruce Webber <brucewebber_at_fastmail.us>
Date: 2005-10-14 02:11:41 CEST

--On Thursday, October 13, 2005 12:30 PM -0700 dnr@cscholar.com wrote:

> Is it possible for svn to be setup so that each account (website) on a
> host could have it's own repository if desired?
> I have asked my host to do this, and they are taking the matter into
> consideration.

I'm new to Subversion, so you may want to value my ideas accordingly - and
I welcome thoughts and corrections from others. (I recently set up
Subversion for my team at work, and I'm using at home for personal stuff,
including web site development.)

Where do you develop your web site code now? Are you the only developer? I
develop my code on my PC, where I run Apache and PHP, then FTP it up to my
host. Therefore I installed Subversion on my PC. I have one repository for
all my projects (it has a folder for each web site). I run the Subversion
client on my PC, and commit to the repository. Since I'm the only
developer, I simply connect to the repository with a file:// connection.

Bruce Webber
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