Should I use one repository or multiple?

I have an SVN repository with multiple projects. Should I import this to FishEye as a single repository, or a separate repository for each project?

It seems like some aspects of FishEye are geared toward having a single project per repository (e.g. it combines all branches from all projects into a single list).

But on the other hand, adding separate repositories requires a lot more maintenance. What's the recommended approach?

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I'm just linking the other Answers topic as I think part of the answer for this is contained in it.

In addition allow me to mention that the layout decision is up to you, but as mentioned at, in the point 5.Split your repositories into logical components if you can, it may be a good idea having your repository split if you have projects under it, for a better organization and individual performance for each of them.


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