I imagine that once we get the goods, we might put it initially in tags/import then copy that to trunk.


Regards,
Alan

On Nov 21, 2008, at 11:13 AM, Matt Hogstrom wrote:

We can create any structure we want. I propose the following which is consistent with a number of projects at Apache.

Our SVN repository is at: https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/incubator/vcl

In that directory I created the following directories as a strawman:

trunk                   (current development work)
branches                (place for release work, bug fixes, etc.)
tags (directory that contains releases, this maps to released software so no changes should be made to releases in this tree)
sandbox         (as the name implies, funky stuff, experimentation, etc.)


On Nov 21, 2008, at 7:01 AM, Aaron Peeler wrote:

Matt, et all mentors,

What are our next steps in getting started or ideally what are the best practices in using the Apache processes and tools.

I'm sure one of the next immediate steps is to add our most recent VCL code to the svn. Is there a recommended structure for the svn - branches, stable releases, etc, that apache would like us to follow, or is that to our own design?

Thanks,
Aaron

Aaron Peeler
OIT Advanced Computing
College of Engineering-NCSU
http://vcl.ncsu.edu




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