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Re: text-base penalty: A proposed solution

From: <kbrannen_at_gte.net>
Date: 2002-12-17 20:58:59 CET

Scott Lenser wrote:
>>>I'm having trouble seeing the "double the disk space" as a
>>>significant problem.
> I question the 100% penalty, although I see some increase. How much
> of these sizes is due to the sources (for which there is a 100%
> penalty) and how much of these sizes is due to binaries (which presumably
> wouldn't be checked in? Or are the binaries checked in for some reason?

I have a project that is pure perl, no "binaries" (ignoring documentation in
.doc files or .gif's to support the project, both of which I consider
"source"). A simple "du" in the wc dir shows 7582 blocks. Summing all the
.svn dirs totals 3866 blocks, or 50.99% of the total size. So I think his
"double the disk space" comment is quite correct.


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