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From "Bill Barker" <>
Subject Re: New repository org
Date Thu, 06 Oct 2005 21:48:28 GMT

----- Original Message -----
From: "Remy Maucherat" <>
To: "Tomcat Developers List" <>
Sent: Thursday, October 06, 2005 2:04 PM
Subject: Re: New repository org

>Bill Barker wrote:
>> It occurs to me that I may have misunderstood, and you were just talking
>> about setting up the svn:externals for tomcat/current.  If that's the
>> then +0 (I don't really care, but I'm glad that somebody does :).
>svn:externals sounds like a cool feature, I guess I'll have to look it
>up to know what it does.

You can also look at how Struts is organized.  There, if you do:
  svn co  struts

You get all of the little bits and pieces all checked out to one place.

>Mark Thomas wrote:
> > If by this you mean do a checkout of
> > to a directory
> > called build in the build scripts then +1. If it involves any form of
> > svn move -1 since I don't understand what you are planning to move to
> > where and I have concerns about complications that might be created for
> > checkouts, future branches and future tags.
>No, I don't want to do any change to the repository. The problem is that
>svn isn't like CVS, so someone (like me, I tried it) which would
>checkout would be in trouble. It
>would be better to organize the developer environment. Right now, it
>organizes things using jakarta-tomcat-5, and all the other jakarta folders.
>CVS was simpler ...
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