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RE: Hook script questions

From: Linda Halligan <lhalligan_at_bitpusher.com>
Date: 2006-07-07 19:10:12 CEST

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Nick Thompson [mailto:nickthompson@agere.com]
> Why use only one repository? If you have one repo per project,
> requirements such as yours become much easier to handle. It is also
> easier to maintain projects: Filtering a repo dump to remove bad
> commit data, archiving and taking a project offline, mirroring a
> specific project to another location, not taking all projects down if
> there is repo corruption or other repo down time, etc....
> From the client side, there is not much apparent difference between
> one repo and many repos, but from an admin perspective, I can't see
> much to recommend having only one repo. Unless you like writing
> complex hook scripts ;-)

Unfortunately it's not my decision to use a single repository. I do see the
benefits of using multiple repositories. And for future projects it will be
my recommendation to use separate repositories, but at this point what's
done is done.


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