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question: Not archiving binaries, but just keeping the latest copy?

From: Vesa Suontama <vesa.suontama_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-09-22 12:52:15 CEST


Can subversion be used in a mode, where it does not store different
versions of binaries (or files), but just keeps the latest copy
available on server?

The company I work for has a set of big files, which change quite
often. In our case, usually only the latest version of the file is
relevant. So is it possible to configure svn so that only the latest
version is available? I would like to save disk space on server.

Additionally, can svn be configured so that only tagged and the latest
versions are available on server?

Or I am looking into a wrong tool, should I just use rsync instead and
only store the to-be-tagged-files to svn?



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