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Re: Any problems w/ very large (10-100MB) binary files?

From: Mihai T. Lazarescu <mihai_at_pobox.com>
Date: 2004-11-13 08:10:05 CET

On Fri, 12 Nov 2004, Matthew England wrote:

> My vote would be to first have a per-file-revision-deletion mechanism.
> I'm still wondering: can CVS do this? If it can and Subversion can not, I
> might need to go get CVS fired up on my server (which I've never done
> before). (Maybe Ben/Glenn already answered this and I'm simply not
> understanding things...I'm just trying to make sure before I haul off and
> install a CVS server.)

Excerpt of `info cvs' command:

     admin options
          Deletes ("outdates") the revisions given by RANGE.

          Note that this command can be quite dangerous unless you know
          _exactly_ what you are doing (for example see the warnings below
          about how the REV1:REV2 syntax is confusing).

          If you are short on disc this option might help you. But think
          twice before using it--there is no way short of restoring the
          latest backup to undo this command! If you delete different
          revisions than you planned, either due to carelessness or (heaven
          forbid) a CVS bug, there is no opportunity to correct the error
          before the revisions are deleted. It probably would be a good
          idea to experiment on a copy of the repository first.



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