On Jan 26, 12:05    򮮮
> Gregory Brown wrote:
> > On Tue, Jan 26, 2010 at 11:48 AM, Marnen Laibow-Koser
> > <mar... / marnen.org> wrote:
>
> >>> But I have a number of scrap projects, code snippets,
> >>> explorations, and so on, that I want to keep in a repo, something more
> >>> suitable to Subversion b/c it handles sub-projects well.
>
> >> So does Git. In fact, Git does everything Subversion does, but better.
> >> Do yourself a big favor and drop Subversion entirely.
>
> > Git handles subprojects, sure... but it's arguable whether it does
> > them *well* :)
>
> Is git submodule really any worse than svn external?

To clarify, I wasn't referring to submodules or externals. By
"subproject" I meant literally keeping multiple projects in a single
repo. Subversion's advantage here is that a subdirectory can be
handled as an independent unit within the whole.