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Re: Re: Recovering text-base

From: Patrick Smears <patrick.smears_at_ensoft.co.uk>
Date: 2004-11-25 15:08:38 CET

On Thu, 25 Nov 2004, Mike Crowe wrote:

> I shall put forward the idea of not backing up working directories - it
> would certainly reduce the size of our backups greatly what with a full
> checkout containing three complete Linux kernel trees!

I don't know how much cleverness you're prepared to put in your backup
scripts, but it seems to me that the output of "svn status -v", along with
the contents of any modified/workspace-only files (other than built
files), would cover the vast majority of what needs to be backed up. The
"svn status -v" information would allow (with a suitable script) a
working copy to be created that had the same BASE versions as the
original; then copying in the modified/created files would produce a WC
largely equivalent to the one backed up. (Of course you'd need to do a bit
more work if backing up changes to properties was important...).

Just a thought...


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