[developers] terg in the LOGON tree

Alexandre Rademaker arademaker at gmail.com
Fri Mar 15 15:13:24 CET 2019

Hi Stephan,

Yes, very much! Sorry for so many questions, I am really trying hard to make some progress in the understanding of DELPHIN world! SVN switch is very much like git submodules per your description. 


Alexandre Rademaker

> On 15 Mar 2019, at 10:17, Stephan Oepen <oe at ifi.uio.no> wrote:
> thanks for confirming that the additional SVN option works around that new issue for you too!  i will update the LogonExtras page accordingly.
> yes, by default an ’svn update‘ in a parent directory will descend into ’switch‘ed in sub-directories and request updates from their repository.  so, in a sense, the LOGON tree serves as a collection of modules, some maintained in their own repository, that are configured for interoperability.
> ’svn.delph-in.net‘, ’svn.emmtee.net’, and ’logon.emmtee.net‘ (for LOGON developers only) in fact all (currently) are prefixes to the same SVN namespace.  in you list below, ’/trunk‘ is the LOGON tree, whereas ’/erg/trunk‘ is the ERG.
> all clear now?  oe

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