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RE: RE: Subproject organization question

From: Tad Marko <tad.marko_at_bhnetwork.com>
Date: 2007-11-05 21:18:52 CET


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bicking, David (HHoldings, IT)
> This is an interesting layout. Are sp1 and sp2 "service
> packs"? If so, I personally would consider these "bugfix
> branches" and not subprojects in their own right. I'm always
> interested in learning differing points of view on this
> though. My initial thought is to do something like
> this:
> Project -->trunk
> |
> |--> branches
> |
> |-> sp1-->main
> |
> |-->branches
> Where ultimately sp1 is merged back to the trunk, and "main"
> and "branches" would handle the nitty-gritty details of the
> work necessary on this probably quite large body of work.
> What do you think?

SP1 and SP2 are sub-projects. Since I'm putting more than one
sub-project into one subversion project, I was thinking about
duplicating the trunk, branches and tags directories for each one.


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