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Re: two project share a common subsystem

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_red-bean.com>
Date: 2007-08-24 09:53:19 CEST

"Steven Woody" <narkewoody@gmail.com> writes:
> i am thinking about how to use svn to help this kind of projects. the
> project A has already well in svn and we just want to start another
> project B for another application. but the B is very similar to A,
> and is expected to share a common substem, say C, of project A. the A
> have not yet fully completed as well as the subsystem C.
>
> does this indicate a chance of using branch? and, how? is there any
> good practice aroud here? thanks in advance.

People often use the "svn:externals" property for this.

You can use the repository

   http://svn.red-bean.com/repos/henrysrecords/trunk/

as an example (see the value of that property on that directory, do a
checkout and see what happens).

-Karl

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