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Re: how to fix my repo?

From: John David Duncan <jdd_at_mysql.com>
Date: 2007-03-12 22:26:55 CET

>> Is there a way for me to clean this up? I'd be glad to dump,
>> restore, or do whatever it takes to get to a normal configuration.
> There's nothing inherently "wrong" with keeping 2 projects in one
> repository. If it's been working well for you for over a year, why do
> you feel the need to split the projects?

If I start a third project, it will begin at revision 200-something.
That's OK but it's not very informative.

If I want to move one project (but not the other) to a different
server, I wouldn't really know how to do that.

Or if I wanted to use svnsync, but only with one project -- not the
whole repository -- it doesn't seem like that's an option, either.

So these things make it seem like one repository per project is the
best practice.


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Received on Mon Mar 12 22:27:31 2007

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