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Nesting projects

From: Rich Bodo
Subject: Nesting projects
Date: Thu, 27 Jun 2002 22:09:52 -0700 (PDT)


        I've got a newbie question.  Every cvs repository I've used
        has had a flat list of modules.  How can I satisfy my complex
        hierarchy fetish?

        If I have a repository with projects A, B, C, and D.  And I
        want to make B and C subprojects of A.  When I checkout A, I
        also get it's subprojects B and C.  But when I check out B, I
        get only B, and B gets treated like a it's own module by cvs,
        and makes me feel warm all over when I see it all listed as if
        it were a directory tree in viewcvs.

        Is this what rtag is for?  I think I can do everything with
        rtag but make the directory structure look pretty.  Is there a
        clean/recommended way to use submodules like this, or must I
        abandon my filesystem-centric view of the world?


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