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RE: Subversion Ideal repository layout

From: <Vijay.Nair_at_iflexsolutions.com>
Date: 2007-01-10 05:34:43 CET

Thanks a ton for the replies guys....much appreciated...

I am still a bit undecided but a lot more clearer...let me lay out the
problem that I faced while implementing the solution of folders per
project...

I created my directory structure as such....

pwmsrc (Root Directory)
 + oms (Order Management)
   + trunk
   + tags
   + branches
 + pms (Portfolio Management)
   + trunk
   + tags
   + branches
 + core (Common Components)
   + trunk
   + tags
   + branches
 + product (Final End-product)
   + branches
   + tags
   

Initially, in development using svn:essentials I added the dependencies
of the core components into oms/pms which are essentially projects in
their own right...so no problems...everything okei..

Now comes to the shipment....my product folder essentially consists of
the final shipped product (Pls note that I have only branches and tags
no trunk here !!!)..So a client asks for release 1 of oms and release 2
of pms (which would be tagged once the dev is completed)

I do not seem to be finding a way to pull out from the individual
project tags into a common release branch (classified by version/client)
into the product folder (I use Tortoise SVN)..Am I doing anything wrong
?

Pls do let me know...

Thanks...VJ

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