RE: Can SVN only branch and tag at the highest project level?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bo Berglund [mailto:bo.berglund_at_gmail.com]
> Sent: 06 December 2017 07:45
> It seems like in SVN there must be separate repository folders for tags, branches and trunk below
> each project.
> To me this implies that svn is only able to do these operations at the very top of a project tree, is
> that really so?
> I am coming from CVS(NT) and it was always possible to do the tagging and branching for *anything*
> inside a project tree. For example a subtree could be branced and tagged independently from the main
> Is this not possible in SVN?
> If so, how can I convert my CVS repository to SVN correctly, while preserving these properties?
> We have used this on many places, for example branching out only a single file or two in a directory
> while leaving the other files on TRUNK.
> Then at a later time when all is checked we merged the changes back into TRUNK.
> Is this not possible in svn?
> Bo Berglund
> Developer in Sweden
No doubt others will answer more eloquently but svn imposes no restrictions on the meaning of any folder, the trunk/tags/branch triumvirate is just a convention. You can read the online book for more information:
~ Mark C
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