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Re: working copy is too big

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-09-08 15:54:39 CEST

Kevin Brannen <kevin_brannen@stercomm.com> writes:
> I'm reasonably certain I know the answer to this, but I want to ask
> just in case there's an answer I'm not seeing because I'm so new to
> this.
> Q: I've imported my code and pulled out a working copy, watching my
> disk space get sucked dry. I know that SVN keeps a copy of the
> pristine file in the metadata .svn dirs, but is there any way to avoid
> that and still be able to make edits and commits at a later time? A
> performance penalty to do this is quite acceptable.

There is not currently any way to do this. We would like to add this
feature, but it's not on any roadmaps yet (other things seem to be
higher priority to those who are coding, that's all).


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