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Public repository

From: Luke Palmer <luke_at_luqui.org>
Date: 2005-04-27 21:39:19 CEST

Hi, I've created a public repository on my server that anybody can use
for whatever they like... almost. And I'd like some help enforcing the
almost part.

If someone uploads something illegal or something too big (subversion is
not anonymous ftp ;-), I'd like to be able to erase it from the history
books and not take up any space in my repository anymore (and in the
case of illegal material, make sure nobody can look back in time and
see it).

Is this doable with svndumpfilt safely, such that peoples checkouts
won't get "corrupt" or some such? Is it doable without svndumpfilt, so
I don't have to run a 500MB file through a pipe (I've tried this before,
and it takes quite a long time).


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Received on Thu Apr 28 00:56:57 2005

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