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From: Luigi Paioro <luigi_at_lambrate.inaf.it>
Date: 2005-11-21 11:40:45 CET

Hi all.

I'm comparing my old cvs with svn in order to convert my cvs projects to
svn repositories. Before do it I need to undestand I can get with svn
some features that I have with cvs.

One important cvs feature is the automatic revision printing into the
file committed, if there are some strings like:

$revision: $
$author: $

end so on...

Does it exists in svn? I can't find it in the book...

Another very important feature is that with cvs I can link a project
with another. For example:

I have a project named UTIL with all the utility libraries. This can be
a stand-alone project. I have another stand-alone project named MYPROG
which needs the utility libraries, so I can link a directory branch of
it with UTIL project. I hope the example is clear.

Can I do it with svn?

Thank you!


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