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Multiple projects on one system?

From: Hal Vaughan <hal_at_thresholddigital.com>
Date: 2005-11-28 17:36:09 CET

I have a suite of programs I've created that includes the server programs that
retrieve and sort data, a client program that goes on other people's
computers, a setting editor, and a few configuration directories. I'm self
taught, so I set everything up as it worked for me as I learned and did more.
I have one master directory, then, within that, I have directories for the
executables for the server. Also within the master directory, I have
directory trees for the client program and setting editor, as well as
different directories for configuration files.

It appears to me that if I want to include all of these in Subversion, I'd
have to do it as one project. I'd prefer, if possible, to have 4 separate
projects. When I look at examples in the book though, where a file is
committed by a name to a specified repository, I'm not clear if that is
enough for Subversion to keep them all separate as different projects.

Is this easily workable one one computer -- to have 4 projects stored in
Subversion, and all 4 kept separate?

I am considering keeping them all together as one project, since that would
mean once the client system is working perfectly, and I note that in the
version, I would have the same version of the server in sync with that, but
at this point, I haven't decided that is the best way to go and would like to
have the option to keep the projects separate if needed.

So is keeping a number of separate projects on one system in subversion easily



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