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Re: deja vu: text-base penalty discussion

From: Steve Williams <stevewilliams_at_kromestudios.com>
Date: 2005-10-03 09:50:32 CEST

Kean Johnston wrote:
> Here's what I'd dearly like to see. I would like it to be
> possible to do text-base-less checkouts. Think: nightly
> build machines. These are machines that have absolutely no
> need of anything except for the raw files. No-one is ever
> going to be editing there. In fact, the filesystem gets wiped
> every night. In such environments (not uncommon) the current
> text-base implementation imposes a 100% space penalty. Now
> that I think about, such machines could do without the entire
> .svn directory and just give me a raw dump. In fact thats such
> a common thing to want to do I am sure there is a command that
> already does it and someone is going to tell me what it is :)

svn export

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