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RE: Switching off file compression for JPEGs in the repository

From: Cassimatis, Jim <Cassimatis_at_ali.com.au>
Date: 2004-11-17 06:02:24 CET

Thank you for your help. However, I don't want the compression
switched off for every single file that I check-in as not all files
are JPEGs. This looks like it is a job for the developers.
Shall I post to the developers list to get this put on their
"to do" list?

Jim Cassimatis
Software Manager
Platform Development - Software
Aristocrat Technologies Australia
PH (02) 9697 4286
Fax (02) 9663 1412

-----Original Message-----
From: VK Sameer [mailto:sameer@collab.net]
Sent: Wednesday, 17 November 2004 3:44 PM
To: Cassimatis, Jim
Cc: 'Mike Mason'; 'users@subversion.tigris.org'
Subject: RE: Switching off file compression for JPEGs in the repository

On Wed, 2004-11-17 at 09:59, Cassimatis, Jim wrote:
> Yes, I have a specific problem. The problem is that we have some
> very large JPEGs (around 1GB) and the time taken to check
> them in is very long (more than an hour) so if I could prevent
> Subversion from running the file through it's binary differencing
> algorithm I imagine it would check-in much more quickly.

There is a client-side option called http-compression (described here:
If you are using Apache instead of svnserve, setting that to 'no' might
help reduce your check-in time.


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