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Re: First-time user (Windows platform)

From: Ted Dennison <dennison_at_ssd.fsi.com>
Date: 2006-10-13 20:12:05 CEST

Kevin Greiner wrote:
> Personally, I prefer creating a single repo since it's easier to
> administer
> (backup, verify, dump/load are easier on a single repo) and permisions
> are
> now flexible enough to allow fine-grained control. A single repo also
> means
> the creation of a new project is very easy. Creating a whole new repo is
> harder, requiring the intervention of an admin or script on the svn
> server.

I'm not the expert I need to be to really argue this, but...

Wasn't there recently an argument here for multiple repositories, on the
basis that working with revisions can get annoying when the entire
repository (and thus every "project" in it) gets a new revision every
time something changes?

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