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From "Michael P. Reilly" <arc...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: SVNParentPath + Recurse (or recursive)
Date Thu, 18 Feb 2010 18:44:38 GMT
On Thu, Feb 18, 2010 at 9:44 AM, Geert van Horrik <geert@catenalogic.com>wrote:

>  Hi all,
>
> Is this feature planned on the roadmap? I have seen a lot of requests on
> the internet about this feature. What I want is this:
>
> /svn
> /svn/companies
> /svn/companies/mycompany
> /svn/companies/mycompany/product1 *
> /svn/companies/mycompany/product2 *
> /svn/companies/mycompany/product3 *
>  /svn/companies
> /svn/companies/theircompany
> /svn/companies/theircompany/product1 *
> /svn/companies/theircompany/product2 *
> /svn/companies/theircompany/product3 *
>
> All items with a * should be a repository.
>
> I don't want to create a custom apache location element, since I need to
> restart apache each time I modify that one. What I want is just one root
> folder (/svn) that contains all my repositories, whether they are or are not
> located directly under the parent.
>
> I also don't want to create a repository per company, because I cannot take
> products out of a repository then (and archive them separately).
>
> For example, see this patch<http://svn.haxx.se/dev/archive-2007-12/0273.shtml>
> .
>
> Best regards,
> -----
> Geert van Horrik
>

I'd like to see this feature as well.  Right now, I'm planning a conversion
from CVS, but because of the organization system, they want to have an
organization similar to this, so some products go in subdirectories of one
repositories, other products go into other repositories - there is logic,
but to get the histories to mesh, they need to be imported all at the same
time, which is a pain point schedule-wise.

It would be much easier if I could have
ReposRoot/prodclassX/productreposA/
                     productreposB/
                     productreposC/
          prodclassY/productreposD/
                     productreposE/
                     ...
                     productreposK/
           ...

  -Michael
-- 
There's so many different worlds,
So many different suns.
And we have just one world,
But we live in different ones.

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