Dennis.Benzinger at gmx.net
Wed Apr 18 15:07:12 BST 2007
I'm a Bazaar newbie and I need some help deciding how to layout my
repository (or if I should use a repository at all). I thought about using
the following layout:
/bzr-repositories <- A Bazaar repository created with bzr init-repo
/projectX <- An ordinary directory (no Bazaar involved)
/trunk <- A Bazaar branch created with bzr --init
/branches <- An ordinary directory (no Bazaar involved)
/newGUI <- A Bazaar branch created with bzr branch ../../trunk
Does this make sense?
Can I use ordinary directories (e.g. projectX) in a Bazaar repository?
Or would it be better to use a Bazaar branch for the whole projectX
If I store my Bazaar branches in a repository can somebody else still
branch from projectX/trunk for example? (As far as I understood the
revision history isn't stored in this branch but in the repository)
Is there a repository layout guideline somewhere?
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