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RE: dav_svn and directory hierarchie

From: Bob Archer <Bob.Archer_at_amsi.com>
Date: Thu, 22 Jan 2009 13:05:04 -0500

> > No you've got it right. But, why should you care about that? The
> > revisions numbers shouldn't be significant externally.
> Revision numbers in themselves aren't that significant, but having
> different projects in the same directory is wrong, I'm sure it will

Create a folder in your repository for each project.

> eventually hurt performance (you end up with x times the number of
> to your repos, with x being the number of projects inside your
> repository),

Truly... there are people with huge repositories with multiple projects
and performance is one of the few complaints I have ever seen here.

> you end up with tags and branches from one project polluting all your
> projects, and then, if a project has to be moved to a different area,
> you need to somehow split your repository.

Not if you organize your folder structure so that your tags and branches
are under each project folder.

Have you red the section in the book that talks about repository


Of course, you are welcome to create a repository for each project. But,
I personally think that would be more trouble to manage.



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