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From Giacomo Pati <giac...@otego.com>
Subject Re: Crowded cocoon/tags directory
Date Tue, 12 Dec 2006 10:21:44 GMT
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Marc Portier wrote:
> 
> Reinhard Poetz wrote:
>> Since we are releasing artifacts separatly, the cocoon/tags directory in
>> our SVN gets crowded and I guess that in a couple of months we will have
>> hundrets of subdirectories there. We should find some way to reduce this
>> number.
>>
>> My first idea was using the year and the quarter as subdirectories:
>>
>> cocoon/tags/2006-Q1
>> cocoon/tags/2006-Q2
>> etc.
>>
>> This way the number of subdirectories should grow in smaller pace. WDOT?
>>
> 
> in my experience people don't know/remember the date/quarter of a
> certain release, so would be hindered in finding back what they are
> looking for
> 
> the subdir hierarchy should be build up of stuff they can be normally
> expected to know, eg
> 1- major/minor/patch
> 2- or the various artifact-names
> 
> (given those are causing this, I'ld go for option 2)

Me too. Kinda Maven repository structure?

artifactId/version/  ?

Ciao

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