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Re: Delete Repository

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-12-25 05:10:00 CET

On 12/24/05, Marcos Josť Setim <mjs_ops@gmx.net> wrote:
> Lieven,
>
> > Why don't you make one root folder ( ex. /svn ) under which you store
> > all your repositories ( in Apache using SVNParentPath ). Then you can
> > have:
> > http://localhost:4000/svn/myproject
> > http://localhost:4000/svn/anotherproject
> > http://localhost:4000/svn/test1
> > http://localhost:4000/svn/test2
>
> Sorry for many answers.
>
> But, I cleared my folder svn and to make how you said above.
>
> Then, I create folder for my projects.
>
> svn mkdir http://localhost:4000/myproject
> svn mkdir http://localhost:4000/myproject2
>
> When I created the first folder project the revision was for 1, and when
> I created the second folder project the revision was for 2.
>
> This not can happen :(...

If each project must have its own revision numbers, then you must
create a separate repository for each project.

Are you perhaps attaching too much significance to revision numbers,
which is putting you in this position?

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