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Andreas Tscharner schrieb: > Elim Qiu wrote: >> Sorry ask basic questions. >> Let's say I have projects A and B, and project C is a subproject of >> both A >> and B. >> Is there a way to put them in the repository so that >> (1) check out A will also check out C inside of A >> (2) ci changes of A will ci changes in C (if there are changes in C) >> (3) from within either A or B, any changes of C can be picked up no >> matter >> from where the changes of C is commited. >> >> Some times I can avoid such issue by modify C so that it becomes a >> framework >> or package. But some times I don't have clear idea to handle the project >> layout issues. >> >> Thanks for any inputs > > Thatś possible using so called ampersand modules. Make sure your > projects A, B and C are CVS modules. Then project C will be checked out > with project A if you put the following line into your CVSROOT/modules > file: > > A A &C > > and similar for B and C > > B B &C > > In these cases the modules A and B will checkout module C as a > subdirectory. > > Best regards > Andreas I have nearly the same problem, but C resides in another repository on the same server. Is it possible to define dependencies of modules beyond the border of repositories? Best Regards Martin Rötzl