|Subject:||Do we need lot of repositories?|
|Date:||Mon, 4 Oct 2004 10:43:57 +0530|
We are handling the projects in two groups one is in high level language (Delphi, VC++..) and one in Assembly language. In each group we are several developers with several projects.
There can be two possibilities to create repositories in CVS:
CVS manual said that you can made different repositories if two projects will not share the code if I go to that direction almost every project will not sharing each other code and in that case I need to configure my repositories as per option 2.
Anyone experienced the same situation can give right direction. Whether I will go for only 2 repositories or 50-70 (I cannot say in future it may be 500) repositories?
PS :Anyone has any idea that how sourceforge maintain it’s repositories ( One to one mapping for project and repository or one –many mapping i.e. one repositories and several projects. Why I am asking this because I read somewhere that SourceForge is maintaining 55000 projects in CVS (Great!!) and I am interested to know the CVS architecture used by SourceForge.
Thanks and Regards
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