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RE: How to do deltification on windows?

From: Carsten Schurig <cs-ml-0110031013_at_ebz-dresden.de>
Date: 2003-11-18 09:10:54 CET

cmpilato@localhost.localdomain <> wrote on Tuesday, November 18, 2003
8:45 AM:

> Subject: Re: How to do deltification on windows?
> It's just not easy to write a post-commit hook *that runs
> backgrounded* on Windows. That is, if the Windows hook system works
> *at all* (which, to be honest, I can't verify since I've never tried
> it), you should still be able to add a call to 'svnadmin deltify' in
> there. Your commits won't return successfully until the deltification
> is done, but that's the same way things worked in 0.32 anyway.

A background process could be done using cygwin maybe...

Well, I think I'll run the deltification in a nightly script just before
the backup (what I'm curious of now is, is a 'dump -incremental' after
deltification different from one before the deltification?).


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