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Re: (--incremental ) was backup strategy - and unrecoverable data bases.

From: Glenn Maynard <g_sub_at_zewt.org>
Date: 2004-05-28 20:44:16 CEST

On Thu, May 27, 2004 at 10:17:31AM -0700, andy.glew@amd.com wrote:
> > Quite a few of the projects I work on use code generators
> > (lex/treecc/jay etc.) -which regenerate 3000+ line files on each
> > revision. - it quickly adds up.. (although only 10-50 lines actually
> > change on each commit..)
> I expect that people wll jump on you, saying
> "Don't check in generated files."

If only 10-50 lines are actually changing, then it doesn't matter that
it's generated; it should be a tiny diff, anyway. It's no different
than checking in a 3000+ line plain source file.

I often check in prebuilt Windows binaries and libraries, since that
environment is painful to automate.

Glenn Maynard
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