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Default folder names compulsory?

From: pd <an0n1m0us_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 11 Jan 2008 15:11:36 +1100


I'm new to version control in general, let along any one 'flavour'
like SVN, so please be gentle :)

I work on websites on Ubuntu servers running Apache. Standard
accounts are used for example:


Virtual web sites are then 'mapped' in Apache to:


Overall I think this is a relatively normal set up.

To integrate SVN, is it possible to make the


folder the 'trunk' folder?

Branches and tags can go anywhere on the dev server because they will
be copied to separate staging and production servers and therefore
don't need to be usable on the dev server, from a web browser for
example. Hence I was hoping to have these folders at this level:


So in summary, is it possible to have this:


I can see this might present a problem with the branches and tags
folders 'under' the trunk folder unless they are excluded from the
files versioned as trunk code.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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