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Re: A text-base penalty solution (without a working copy rewrite)

From: Ph. Marek <philipp.marek_at_bmlv.gv.at>
Date: 2007-05-24 06:55:55 CEST

Hello Chris!

On Donnerstag, 24. Mai 2007, Chris Frost wrote:
> ... My personal
> motivator for scord was to store my photo album in subversion (6GB in
> 22k image files, plus metadata files). Cached props significantly speedup
> common subversion commands. And storing only a single copy of each
> working file's property file saves 90MB.
That's a great piece of work you did here.

But reading http://scord.sourceforge.net/ "scord compared with existing
solutions for subversion" I see that you're missing another alternative -

fsvs is used primarily for binary (or at least opaque) objects. That may be
files, databases, whole filesystems (on a file-level, not block-device!), or
even a whole machine-installation.

(Although not tested for source code versioning, there's no obvious
limitation - apart from (currently) not being able to do merges).

So maybe an easier solution *could* be to switch to fsvs - see

Sorry for being this late ... Maybe I should append this link to the issues
you mentioned.



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