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| SVN | Subversion | SVN pros and Cons| SVN Repository Planning | SVN Repository layout

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| SVN | Subversion | SVN pros and Cons| SVN Repository Planning | SVN Repository layout |

Subversion (SVN) Repository Layout

Single Project – One project per repository location

Pros

· Isolated revision numbers

· Isolated codebase

· Isolated security model

Cons

· Isolated codebase

· Multiple Urls to remember

· Multiple locations to maintain

Multi-Project Layout – Several projects in one repository

Pros

· Easy to merge code between projects

· Single url for all projects

· One repository to maintain

Cons

· Revision numbers span across all projects

· Harder to isolate users to appropriate repositories

Rajesh Kumar
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