From: Henrik Sundberg (storangen_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-05-26 17:09:12
KDE is also a large project with separate subprojects. I thought it
might be a good idea to look at their structure.
Here are some instructions:
The instructions points to the tutorial:
Here is the repository: http://websvn.kde.org/
Browsing the tags, I find the main releases of KDE, but I don't easily
see the version numbers of the underlying projects.
This baffles me slightly. But it seems to work well (doesn't it?).
Regarding boost sandbox: I think it is good to be able to checkout one
directory to get the trunk of everything. I.e. The subprojects shall
not contain separate trunk/branches/tags.
How about a trunk with the two subdirectories Boost and Sandbox? The
Boost directory would contain libraries that are to be part of the
next official Boost release, and the Sandbox other libraries.
(disclaimer: I'm new to both Boost and Subversion)
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