Am 12/01/16 um 10:02 schrieb João Cabrita:

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> Each of the applications live in a separate repository 

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> The libraries also have a repository each

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That's due to the SCM in use. Yes. This is something to keep in mind as
well. What can be one (big) repository using subversion, may need to be
split into multiple (tons) of repositories when switching to e.g. git.
Basing something on a concept introduced by the SCM in use will make it
hard to switch to another technology later. Subversion on the server and
git-svn locally is working great here. Commits to the subversion server
are really clean because developers could re-arrange theire commits
(rebase -i, squash, etc.) locally before. Depending on the subversion
revision for anything you'll not change to another SCM technology ever
soon (why would you?).


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