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Re: "mostly-binary" repositories, conclusion

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2001-10-02 18:21:11 CEST

Timothee Besset <timo@qeradiant.com> writes:
> Ok .. thanks for all the feedback. As a conclusion, the main question I'd
> like to ask: do you think there is an interest for me to setup an
> experimental SVN server and maintain our binary repository there?

There's benefit for us, but not for you. :-)

We'll get valuable debugging information. You'll get to... well,
you'll get to send in valuable debugging information :-). I highly
doubt that your users would benefit until later this fall, though.
It's not ready for production use, except on itself.

-K

> I can see several issues:
>
> - SVN client. Precompiled binaries would be good .. maybe not unix ones,
> but win32 and OSX. Command line should be good enough.
>
> - Setup and maintenance of a server. The docs seem fairly complete about
> that.
>
> Is it really gonna make any difference with a CVS-hosted repository? (I
> guess I need to setup a server and see by myself).
>
> regards
>
> TTimo
>
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