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Re: setting up a repo for GUI browsing

From: Mark Phippard <markphip_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-03-08 00:59:33 CET

On 3/7/07, mansour77@yahoo.com <mansour77@yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone:
> I have been reading and googling trying to find a way to setup my repo
> in a way that allows me to browse the (independent) projects through any
> GUI tools.
> For example, let's say I have repo that contains few projects. I can
> browse the repo using RapidSVN with no problems (that's what I need),
> however, when I commit a file in any project the hole repo's revision
> number changes. My projects are not related to each other, and I need
> each of them to have it's own rev#, history...etc.
> I can go a head and setup each project in a separate repo, but then the
> GUI tool will be able to browse every project and I will never have the
> same interface I get using MSVS and source safe, or eclipse CVS.
> Any idea or advice ?

Yes, stop thinking that the repository revision number being advanced on
every commit means anything. It doesn't matter. Just do not attach some
special significance to the revision number. It is an identifier, nothing
more. svn log on a project folder or file is only going to show the history
for that file.

Mark Phippard
Received on Thu Mar 8 00:59:59 2007

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