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Wed, 12 Jan 2005 11:44:17 +0200
I've read somewhere that CVS does not support hierarchical projects.
(Projects within projects)
I don't want our CVS root to fill up with too many projects.
What is the best way to achieve the same result?
For example we have test projects that I still want to keep under
version control. My solution is to create a "TestProjects" project in
CVS and then sub directories such as "C++" and "Java" and then put each
test program under one of these.
The disadvantage is that I like using the CVS "import" statement to add
a project to CVS. With my method this is not possible and I need to
checkout a copy of "TestProjects" and that "add" my project to a sub
directory under that.
BTW What options are used with "cvs add" to add all files and
subdirectories (I'm assuming these exist) the way cvs import does.
I'm asking because I would like to know how other CVS users handle this
Thanks in advance.
- Hierarchical Projects,
Pico Geyer <=