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Re: Disk space recovery

From: Martin Tomes <lists_at_tomes.org.uk>
Date: 2004-03-23 10:27:26 CET

Glenn Maynard wrote:

> On Mon, Mar 22, 2004 at 09:32:26PM -0600, Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:
>
>>>A property roughly saying "don't keep history" would be extremely useful,
>>>and self-maintaining. I simply don't want versioning for certain files.
>>Then why put them in a version control system? :-)
> It's our main repository of files. Versioning is important for many of the
> files, but other functions are important for all files: distributing data to
> everyone working on the project, and keeping everyone up to date with
> everyone else, which are things CVS and SVN are both very good at.

We are facing exactly the same problem. Everyone in our project needs
up to date binaries but they can't all build them, currently they are
checked into CVS. Our plan is to create a script which copies these
binaries into either a file share or a WebDAV share and another script
which copied them back out again so the builder of these things can
update the shared copy and the users can get them back into the right place.

Another possibility is to use rsync to put/get the unversioned binaries.

We will also have a versioned release tree containing binaries which
have been released into the wild.

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Martin Tomes
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