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.NET project source tree organization question

From: Jiho Han <jhan_at_InfinityInfo.com>
Date: 2006-09-14 18:46:09 CEST

I am looking to move to subversion from vss as with a lot of people I'm
sure.
I've been reading the book and in it, it recommends creating trunk,
branches, tags folder under a project root.
A typical .NET project - the way I have been organizing - would contain
a folder for the .sln file, and each sub-folder will contain projects
under the solution.
Ex)
SomeCRUDApp/
SomeCRUDApp/SomeCRUDApp.sln
SomeCRUDApp/SomeCRUDApp.UI/SomeCRUDApp.UI.csproj
SomeCRUDApp/SomeCRUDAPP.BLL/SomeCRUDApp.BLL.csproj
SomeCRUDApp/SomeCRUDApp.DAL/SomeCRUDApp.DAL.csproj
... and so on.

I am exactly at a loss how to go from this to the proposed subversion
structure. Would I create the trio folders under each project? Or
would I create the trio once under the solution folder?
Thanks for any pointers.

Jiho Han
Senior Software Engineer
Infinity Info Systems
The Sales Technology Experts
Tel: 212.563.4400 x6375
Fax: 212.760.0540
jhan@infinityinfo.com
www.infinityinfo.com <http://www.infinityinfo.com/>

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