Peter Leibiger: That's actually what I'm doing. I do tell Jenkins that I have a Subversion branch per host - that's why the multibranch pipeline works so fine.
The real difference lies within the nature of Subversion vs. Git: With Subversion, you can check out a complete repository with all branches side-by-side, and it's very easy to copy code from one branch to another. With Git, you can only have a single branch active at the time, so it becomes very clumpsy to copy/paste from one branch to another. And you completely loose the overview at the same time.
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