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Re: SVN Overwrite & .SVN size

From: Mr keerti nayak <keerti_nayak_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-11-13 08:55:06 CET

Thanks Ryan!!!
That was a precise answer I was looking for though
none of my problems are solved so far.

About Issue 1:
Does any one know the status of the Summer Project. Is
there any progress on this front. Looking desperately
for one. My people dont just want to move to
Subversion as they do not have enough disk space!

About Issue 2:
I went through Vendor Braching. Its very convincing.
But again, the problem here is, the third party source
code is running into the size of 2 GB. Since we work
on multiple versions at the same time, it will consume
a lot of time downloading the third party software
version. Had only the over-write option been designed
into SVN...

Please help.

Thanks for the responses.

--- Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2005@ryandesign.com>

> On Nov 3, 2005, at 11:36, Mr keerti nayak wrote:
> > 1. The whole source tree is about 2 GB in size.
> But
> > unfortunatly after migrating to SVN when I tried
> to
> > checkout the code, its around 8 GB in size. Thats
> > mainly due to addition of .svn directories. Can I
> > avoid this?
> You cannot currently avoid this. The ability to have
> a working copy
> without .svn directories has been requested:
> This was supposed to be a Google Summer of Code
> project this year. I
> don't know if it got completed.
> The ability to have the .svn directories compressed
> is also an
> existing request:
> > 2. SVN doesnt provide over-write option when we
> need
> > to checkout. In the current scenario I have some
> 10%
> > source's checked in and the rest are provided by a
> > third party. The code that is checked is used to
> > customize the third party software. Hence only the
> > files that is customized is checked in the SCM
> system.
> > It doesnt make sense to version control the third
> > party software. When I checkout I need to only
> > over-write the customized code i.e. checkout on an
> > existing folder. How is it possible through
> > Subversion?
> It is useful to version third-party code, and the
> process of doing so
> is described in the book in the section on vendor
> branches:
> http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.1/ch07s05.html

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