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Re: Single/Multiple repos - pros and cons

From: Mark Clements <nntp_at_kennel17.co.uk>
Date: 2006-08-22 01:11:28 CEST

"Robert Wenner" <robert.wenner@atsec.com> wrote in message
> On Monday 21 August 2006 10:23, Mark Clements wrote:
> > Single Repository - Pros:
> > * Only one set of hooks/config files/permissions to deal with
> We keep the hooks code in a separate repository and check it out on the
> server, and then have symlinks to that working copy from the actual
> project repositories.
> > Multiple Repositories - Pros:
> > * Revision number is tied to the project (although I think this is
> > probably a bogus argument)
> Why bogus?
> I find that important since it is irritating to me that a version number
> goes up even if nobody touched that project.
> Just my 2 cents,
> Robert

I say bogus, because as soon as you have several branches in your repository
then you have the same problem, e.g. the head revision no. changes even
though no code in the trunk has actually changed.

- Mark Clements

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