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RE: Multiple projects in one repository

From: Gale, David <David.Gale_at_Hypertherm.com>
Date: 2005-11-30 15:53:10 CET

Thomas Becker wrote:
> Hi
> Is there a way to store multiple projects in one repository so that
> the revision numbers
> are independent?
> SVNRoot
> |->Project1
> | |->branches
> | |->tags
> | |->trunk
> |->Project2
> |->branches
> |->tags
> |->trunk
> Assume Project1 is in revision 100.
> When I import Project2 the whole repository gets revision no. 101
> I want that Project1 stays at revision 100 and Project2 starts with
> no. 1

No, there is not. Revision numbers are repository-wide. Subversion
doesn't have a concept of a "project"--everything is either a file or a
directory, and no special significance is given to any particular

If you really need separate revision numbers for the projects, give each
one its own repository.


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