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Re: future request

From: Andrey Repko (sent by Nabble.com) <lists_at_nabble.com>
Date: 2005-11-28 10:00:13 CET

Stefan Kng wrote:
> Why? The file size has nothing to do with the amount of data which get's
> actually transmitted on a commit. Subversion only transfers the
> difference (what's changed in a file), not the whole file. So having the
> filesize shown would just confuse some users because they would assume
> that the whole file is being transmitted.
That's OK if I need to add/commit only text files (like .c, .cpp or .pas), but if I need commit binary files this information can be helpfull. For example I never add MSVC projects to SNV repositary. Project direcory contain many files with strange extention (like for examlpe .tbs). If this file small (100-200 bytes) - I don't need to check If this file is critical for compilation, but if this size above 1MB, I will check it. Yes, I'm understand, that real programmer shoud know this things, but this future may be helpfull for not-masters.
May be this future can be optional? And turn on by checking combo box in settings menu?

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