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Can subversion be used tocontrol a shared directory?

From: Mark Cimini <m.cimini_at_att.net>
Date: Fri, 30 May 2008 09:33:26 -0400


    I was wondering if Subversion has been used to source code control
of a shared subdirectory among users? Basically a disk is NFS'ed and a
small team shares the development subdirectory. I'd like subversion to
occasionally go in an capture the state of the tree. Reasons include
that some COTS tools do not lend themselves to the standard SCC model.
These tools usually think of the development space as there own. Also
some development is R&D where there is "architecture on the fly."

    Any pointers to how others have dealt with this or what proper terms
to use when describing this?


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