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How do you setup subversion?

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[eluser]Johan André[/eluser]
Hey!

I recently discovered the brilliance of subversion. Well almost anyway!
My hopes is to use it like this:

I'd like to have a codebase (based on CI ofcourse) which includes some custom libraries, helpers and stuff. On this codebase I develop all my CI projects.

My codebase should have a external link to CI repository to be able to catch the latest upgrades, right? I've created a set of folders in my codebase (assets, cache and some other stuff). I also like to move the application directory out of the system-directory.

The projects I work on (based on the codebase) should have it's own versioning. Or should I create them as branches of the codebase? If I make upgrades to the codebase I like to be able to update the project to the latest one.

Anyone working like this? Or is it overly complicated?


Messages In This Thread
How do you setup subversion? - by El Forum - 04-23-2009, 01:01 PM
How do you setup subversion? - by El Forum - 04-23-2009, 01:35 PM
How do you setup subversion? - by El Forum - 04-23-2009, 01:44 PM

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