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Remove revisions?

From: Test Seven <test.007_at_seznam.cz>
Date: 2005-02-03 17:32:05 CET


I'd like to store third-party libraries, used for compilation of my
binary, to a svn repository.

The libs change frequently, but only a few versions get finally released
with my binary (I'm releasing quite seldom, QA sometimes stops a release).
Is it possible both to save some space and to speed up export of older,
released libs, by completely removing the unused revisions (those
unsuccessful versions of libs) from my repository? I'd be able to bring
the repository off-line for that.
I believe that storing fifty unneeded deltas of binaries is much less
efficient that simply storing a complete binary.

The only way I can see so far is: Have two repositories, one for the all
versions, which has to be completely deleted, say once a year. Copy
released libraries to the second repository.

Does anyone have a better solution?


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Received on Thu Feb 3 17:34:59 2005

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