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RE: one repository root vs multiple - security wise?

From: Gale, David <David.Gale_at_Hypertherm.com>
Date: 2005-11-02 17:04:53 CET

Gabriel Rossetti wrote:
> Hi all,
> Which scenario is better, security wise?
> One repository : /svnroot
> and every project has it's own directory, protected using linux rights
> (repository accessed via ssh) to secure each one?
> or
> a repository for each project, protected using linux rights?

Depends on what your definition of "better" is. If better means easier
to maintain, then a single repository works great; if better means
having finer control over who has access to which project, then you want
multiple repositories. Or subversion 1.3, I've heard. (Personally, I
recommend multiple repositories--it's much more flexible.)


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