On Thu, 2005-07-28 at 22:14, Tim Peters wrote:
Ah, before I forget, "single repository" has worked very well for Zope (which includes top-level Zope2, Zope3, ZODB, ZConfig, zdaemon, ... projects):
Long URLs don't really get in the way in practice (rarely a need to type one after initial checkout; even "svn switch" is usually just a tail-end cmdline edit starting from a copy+paste of "svn info" output).
It depends. In my use of svn, I do a lot of cross-branch merging and repo-side tagging. Those are done with urls and in those cases, long urls can suck. But we may not do a ton of that with the Python project, and besides it might not be important enough to split the directories.