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Re: Multiple projects in one repository

From: A.T.Hofkamp <a.t.hofkamp_at_tue.nl>
Date: 2005-11-30 16:12:03 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

That is not possible with svn, the revision number is global (per repository)
in svn.

I consider the repository number to be an internal svn modification count,
which svn happens to show you every now and then. What is it you want to
achieve with these seperate project numbers?
(ie is a modification count of interest per project?)


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