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RE: Subproject organization question

From: Tad Marko <tad.marko_at_bhnetwork.com>
Date: 2007-11-05 17:42:14 CET

I'm guessing from the lack of response that nobody is having to deal
with a similar environment. Does anyone at least have any theoretical


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Tad Marko [mailto:tad.marko@bhnetwork.com]
> Sent: Thursday, November 01, 2007 5:55 PM
> To: users@subversion.tigris.org
> Subject: Subproject organization question
> Howdy!
> I hope that someone can help me with a question that I have
> which is more of a usage or procedure question. In the past,
> I've used CVS at other companies where there was a repository
> and then a certain number of projects under the repository.
> Those who could commit to the repository could create new
> projects as needed and projects mapped more or less
> one-to-one to their Eclipse namesakes. The current company
> that I work for has made project creation something that must
> be requested of admins. Projects here contain multiple
> subprojects, so one has to dig about inside of the trunk,
> branches or tags directories looking for the actual project
> you want to check out since we have these conventional
> directories at the top of each project.
> I'm wondering if there is any reason why I couldn't eliminate
> those directories from the top of the project (or at least
> ignore them) and recreate them inside of each subproject, so
> that I'd have something like
> project-->sp1-->trunk-->[eclipse project files and code
> dirs with code]
> | |->branches-->[copies of trunk]
> | -->tags-->[copies of trunk]
> |
> |--sp2-->trunk
> |->branches
> |->tags
> This would allow me to view the project more like a
> repository and the teams could create "subproject" (which I
> view as projects) as needed while maintining the ability to
> tag and branch the "subprojects"
> independently of each other.
> Thanks for any comments.
> Tad

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