I can’t figure out how to organize RPGLE subversion repository

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RPGLE
My company has a ton of RPGLE-sources for their in-house application but they want to adopt a more modern style of coding. Basically, I'm "modernizing" the whole coding process and the open source subversion of OS/400 is working great but there are two issues during installation. Here's the code:

/subversion/repositories/{name of the in-house-application}
   /{project_a}
       /trunk
           /doc
           /sql
           /{a source file that is named like the project. i.e. project_a }
               /myRPGsrc.rpgle
               /myCLLEsrc.clle
               /myDDSsrc.dspf
               /myDDSsrc.pf
               /compile.clle
            .iseries_project_properties
            .project
       /branch
       /tag
   /{project_b}
   /global_stuff
   /nightly_build
I'm trying to figure out how to organize the RPGLE subversion repository on IBM i. Is it possible with this code? I can give you more information if you need it.

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