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Re: Common code base for different projects

From: Matt Riechers
Subject: Re: Common code base for different projects
Date: Wed, 29 Aug 2001 11:14:00 -0400

Arcin Bozkurt - Archie wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have started a repository which now has files I would like to use in
> other projects (say like the files creating a library). The development
> on these files will definitely continue.
> What is the best way to do this in CVS? How can I share this set of
> "common files" between projects?
> I wanted to create different modules for different projects. Does this
> suggest that I should move out the common files to another module, such
> that any project ( therefore a module on CVS) based on these files will
> be referring to this common module somwhow??? (how? ) - But it sounds
> inefficient in terms of usability ...
> Replicating these files in each module is definitely out of question.
> Cause i have to replicate the change on all modules using these files.
> Creating a branch on the old module is not logical ( two different
> projects kept in the same module) Or maybe this is what it should be????????
> --
> Later there will be more libraries, that will have the same problem
> mentioned above. So it is not only for 1 set of files :(
> Any suggesstions on how I should structure my projects under cvs?
> Arcin Bozkurt
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You can put those 'common' files in a seperate module which can be linked in to
the others via the modules file.


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