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Per Westermark
01/05/12 09:22
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#185325 - You don't need an admin but it helps
Responding to: Aubrey Kagan's previous message
You don't need an administrator. Everyone can be. But it is better to have a single person that does the important stuff and works with policies for what should use branches etc.

It is good to check in documents too. I normally have a subdirectory /doc for the projects which means that Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, etc are also included (with version control) in the repository. Committing the ECN means that developers working on a project can get a copy of all ECN too.

You can have multiple programs access the repository. There is no difference having multiple programs of yours accessing the repository or multiple persons accessing it. SVN is a multiuser solution. But you should not try to have two client programs perform updates in the same local directory at the same time.

List of 16 messages in thread
SubVersion/Altium/ISO9000      Aubrey Kagan      01/05/12 08:29      
   You don't need an admin but it helps        Per Westermark      01/05/12 09:22      
   Subversion        Andy Neil      01/05/12 12:48      
      redmine      Maarten Brock      01/05/12 13:13      
         Cheap..      JecksonS Ben      01/06/12 06:52      
   you don't need an admin for svn, but        Jez Smith      01/05/12 14:32      
      I forgot, most importantly      Jez Smith      01/06/12 01:45      
         No network?      Aubrey Kagan      01/06/12 06:32      
         repo vs working copy        Andy Peters      01/06/12 10:30      
            Training notes      Jez Smith      01/06/12 14:17      
         ??? Surely not        Oliver Sedlacek      01/10/12 01:41      
   subversion      Andy Peters      01/05/12 17:42      
   What Subversion does for you        Oliver Sedlacek      01/06/12 01:52      
      What he said!        Andy Neil      01/06/12 13:02      
   git      Michael Karas      01/10/12 09:51      
      Bad name      Oliver Sedlacek      01/11/12 01:53      

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