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Re: Cleaning Up A Mess

From: Thomas Harold <tgh_at_tgharold.com>
Date: 2007-06-04 22:16:59 CEST

Rich Shepard wrote:
> I've been running svn-1.4.0 and upgraded today to -1.4.3 to gain
> access to the new svnadmin commands.
> For a number of months I've had one project in the repository, and
> decided to add a new project about a month ago. I followed the
> instructions in Mike Mason's book, "Pragmatic Version Control Using
> Subversion," and it seemed to go well. Except that committed versions
> continued the numbering of the original project rather than starting
> at build 1 for the new project.

Good book.

All projects within a repository share revision #s. So, if you wanted
the new project to have its own set of revision #s, you'd need to put it
in a repository by itself.

I'm not sure on the rest of your question though...

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Received on Mon Jun 4 22:17:36 2007

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