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Re: 2 questions

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006c_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-09-06 17:24:54 CEST

On Sep 6, 2006, at 14:37, gxk wrote:

> My company installed Subversion and i should put there files,
> which is whole GTK project.
> 1. what better way to keep such project: vanilla tarballs + patches
> or just opened source code?

If you're keeping a copy of another project in your own repository,
like the GTK source code, you will probably want to read the entire
chapter on vendor branches:


I recommend keeping the unpacked source code in your repository, not
compressed or archived files.

> 2. The whole project placed at some common repository. Do i need
> separate repository? Why?

It's up to you whether to store everything in a single repository or
make multiple repositories. There are pros and cons to both
approaches. So far, I personally have kept all my projects and vendor
items together in a single repository.

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