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Re: how to handle multiple projects?

From: Larry Jones
Subject: Re: how to handle multiple projects?
Date: Wed, 29 Aug 2001 11:52:34 -0400 (EDT)

P.V.Sridhar Reddy writes:
> how do i create different repositories for differenrt projects?
> For linux 6.2 it was mentioned to include as many '--allow-root'  lines as 
> repositeries. But how do i do that in Linux 7.1?
> Or is it necessary to create different repositeries for different 
> projects......if there is any alternative way plz suggest me.

Most people just create different modules (or top-level directories) in
a single repository.  You only need to create separate repositories if
you need separate administrative files for some reason or if you're
afraid the repositories will grow to be too big to fit on a single disk
(symlinks in the repository aren't advisable because they only mostly
work rather than completely working).  You create a new repository the
same way you created the original one -- with cvs init.  If you're
running pserver, then you have to have a --allow-root option for each
repository.  In /etc/inetd.conf or /etc/xinetd/cvs or whatever
configuration file you modified to get pserver running, just change
"--allow-root=/repos1" to "--allow-root=/repos1 --allow-root=/repos2".

-Larry Jones

Whatever it is, it's driving me crazy! -- Calvin

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