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From "Robin Roos" <>
Subject RE: Subversion Repository Philosophy
Date Thu, 13 Mar 2008 15:45:51 GMT
Can anyone confirm that Continuum will build the project whenever *any*
change is made that bumps the svn revision number?


	From: Robin Roos 
	Sent: 12 March 2008 09:09
	To: ''
	Subject: Subversion Repository Philosophy
	Hi All
	Continuum will execute a build if scm has changed.  My scm is
Subversion.  Am I correct in presuming that Continuum will refer to the
version number of the svn repository?  Since any check-in to any item in
the repository, whether it affects this project or not, will increment
the repository version number, I presume that Continuum may build the
project more often than is strictly required.  In this case, ought one
structure the subversion reposioties on a one-per-project basis?  
	Thanks, Robin.

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