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My life in subversion, twice.

From: WOB <wayofbsd_at_verizon.net>
Date: 2005-08-24 03:55:41 CEST

I am keeping a bunch of my personal files in a Subversion database.
Some of these files are large, and I think they are being stored twice
on my client machines - one as the 'working copy' and again as the
pristine 'base copy'.

Is there a way to flag a file as "read-only", so that a 'base copy' is
not stored in the hidden .svn directory?

It would save me a lot of disk space if possible. I think I have 6GB
of personal files taking up 12GB on each of my client machines. These
files are things like MP3's and DIVX files, that I would never edit.


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