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Oct 6, 2011, 11:09 #1
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Repository structure using Cornerstone for SVN
I've been using Cornerstone for SVN locally and I really like it. Even though I'm a one-man shop it's very handy for not saving tons of versioned files on my own...
I've been wondering if I should be making a new Repository for each site or project?
I started to do it that way, but then thought it might be easier to have a single Repo, for say: "Local Development", but I've noticed each time I import a new directory for a new site the Revision number counts up. I just started my 7th project in there and the revision number is starting at 120. Seems like it'd be better to start a 1, so maybe I need to make individual repos for each site? Any advice or insight would be appreciated!