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Re: Creating a new project

From: Lars Kruse <lists_at_sumpfralle.de>
Date: 2007-11-11 23:58:28 CET


> [..]
> But i have a problem. When i did the commit, SVN reported revision 100,
> which is the revision number of the first project.
> How do i separate this things? I want to continue in revision 100 for
> the first project and start in revision 0 to the new project.

that is the way, subversion is designed: every revision represents the entire
repository - not just single files.
If you want to have separate revision counters for both projects, then you could
create two separate repositories.

Maybe you should review your requirements again: a single repository is easier
to manage (administrate, backup, ...), thus maybe it would be more appropriate
for your needs, than multiple repositories. That is your decision, of course ...

For details, read the svn book:


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