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unversioned files.

From: Glenn Pierce <glennpierce_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-08-04 10:59:16 CEST

Hi I have been using subversion with svnserve daemon for the last though
months and I am finding it invaluable.

However there are a couple of items I would like advice on.

1, At my place of work we have a lot of libraries in the source control and
projects that depend on them.
There are people you don't like having to checkout all the libraries and
recompile them. They would prefer that the person changing the library
creates a dll and everyone can use that.

Obviously I wouldn't want this dll versioned as every recompile would result
in a new versioned file.

Could I somehow add files to svn and specify that those ones are not
versioned and simply replaced.

People could then checkout the project they are working on and any dll's it
depends on ?

Is there any other preferable setup someone can recommend.

2, Is there a way to see all the toplevel repositories when using svnserve
   without going onto the server and looking at the filesystem to see which
ones people have created ?

Thanks for the help.
Received on Fri Aug 4 11:01:37 2006

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