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Re: svn:internals"?

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006c_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-08-24 09:23:46 CEST

On Aug 23, 2006, at 23:03, Reedick, Andrew wrote:

>>> ext/prd => link to /module1/branches/1.0 and /module2/branches/1.1
>>> ext/prd => link to /module1/trunk and /module2/trunk
>>> Is there any way to do this?
>> You can do it with svn:externals. I'd guess most people use
>> the feature
>> for just this purpose. There has been talk of creating an
>> svn:internals
>> property some day. Since it would know the paths were in the same
>> repository, there are a few things it could potentially
>> handle better than
>> the current svn:externals solution. That being said,
>> svn:externals works
>> pretty well.
> Bah-humbug on an 'svn:internals' and svn:externals in general.
> Working
> symlinks are much more elegant. (Yes, I'm a former ClearCase junkie.)
> >svn ln -s svn://server/other_repos/trunk logging
> >svn ln -s /tags/utils.1.0.0/utils.jar utils.jar
> >svn ln -s ../dist/widget-1.2.3b1234.jar widget.jar
> >svn ls logging utils.jar widget.jar
> logging -> svn://server/other_repos/tags/logging.1.0.0
> utils.jar -> /tags/utils.1.0.0/utils.jar
> widget.jar -> ../dist/widget-1.2.3b1234.jar

Assuming you're only linking to things that you've already checked
out, and you never use Windows, sure.

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