Knowledgebase: Pre-Sales Questions
Can I put multiple projects within one repository?
Posted by Michael Ching (Admin) on 05 November 2005 08:48 PM
Yes, you may structure your repository however you wish. has information on choosing a layout for your repository. One thing to note is that revision numbers are global, so a change to one file increments the version number for all projects. This is not important, but nevertheless it bothers some people.

The only limit that we impose is that everything in one repository must share the same user password file. You can set up per-directory permissions, but the a developer cannot have one password for one project and a different one for another.

In general, if there is any shared code between modules, it is better to keep them in one repository. However, if you already have one Professional subversion package with us, you qualify for our bulk discount on additional packages:

To receive additional packages at the discounted rate $5/mo each, please log into the Administrator area at If you have forgotten your password, please use the "Forgot your password?" link. If you do not receive an e-mail within a few minutes, please check your spam folder.

Once logged in, under Billing, click the "Order Additional Services" link and follow the link to order the discounted package.
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