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Re: Issue 525: allow working copies without text-base/

From: Martin Hauner <hauner_at_web.de>
Date: 2004-12-03 12:50:55 CET

Vincent Lefevre wrote:
> On 2004-12-02 21:44:08 +1100, Daniel Patterson wrote:
>> The obvious price paid for this is bandwidth. Network traffic would
>> be massively increased for diff operations. Network traffic
>> for commits would also be bad.
> It depends on the context. One of the goals not having text-base for
> *some* files is that these files will not be modified in practice.
> If a MD5 is stored in place of the text-base, then there would not
> be much more traffic in this case.
> For instance, I keep archives of the form <programname>-<version>.zip
> in my Subversion tree, and these archives will never be modified. So,
> not having text-base for these files would be very interesting (in
> particular, most of the big files are in this case).

Just a thought, what about an svn:readonly property? If it is set on a
file or folder svn could run without the text-base for it. Changes on
such files would never make it to the repository.

Is this realizable or are there too many places where i would have to
add a check for svn:readonly in subversion?

That wouldn't help in the case that i want to modify files without a
text-base though..

Martin (http://subcommander.tigris.org, a subversion gui client)
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Received on Sun Dec 5 21:06:34 2004

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