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Beginner - Subversion Windows 2003 - multiple repositories setup

From: Marc Poppleton <marc.poppleton_at_teamlog.com>
Date: 2006-03-31 17:36:43 CEST


I'm a little new Subversion user and I'm in charge of installing (and, of
course), administrating the Subversion server at work. The working
environment is Windows 2003 Server.
I've installed the server using the svn-1.3.0-setup.exe downloaded in the
tigris website. This worked out fine.
I then created a directory d:/SUBVERSION_REPOS where I wish to store my
repositories (yes, plurial).
This done, I gave svnadmin create "d:/SUBVERSION_REPOS" a try. Directories
conf, db, hooks... were created.
I then edited the SUBVERSION_REPOS/conf/svnserve.conf and passwd files to
uncomments the various lines and put the users/pwd I needed I then unpacked
the SVNService.zip in the %SVNINSTALL%/bin rep and ran svnserve --daemon

My users will be accessing the server exclusively with the Eclipse plugin.

Now here comes the part I can't figure out how to fix: the Subversion server
will be used by many projects, almost none having links with each other. As
recommended in the SVN Book page 94, I decided to choose a "one project ->
one repository" layout.
But : how the hell do I do that and how do I setup every thing? I fear I'm a
total jerk!

What I'm looking for is something like that:

    |___Project A repository
    | |________Sub project A-1/
    | | |__trunk/
    | | |__tags/
    | | |__branches/
    | |________Sub project A-2/
    | | |__trunk/
    | | |__tags/
    | | |__branches/
    |___Project B repository
    | |________Sub project B-1/
    | | |__trunk/
    | | |__tags/
    | | |__branches/
    | |________Sub project B-2/
    | | |__trunk/
    | | |__tags/
    | | |__branches/
Each project repository having its own revision numbers, its own rules,...

Thanks for your help,


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