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Re: any difference in checked out working copy under Berkely DB vs FSFS ?

From: Steve Williams <stevewilliams_at_kromestudios.com>
Date: 2006-01-26 07:12:24 CET

Jim Mahoney wrote:

>I'd like to know whether or not a checked out version
>of a repository, the working copy with all its .svn/
>folders, can tell whether the repository its pointing
>at is using Berkely DB or FSFS underneath?
>In particular, if I change the repository storage
>mechanism without changing its local file:// url,
>will the working copy which was checked out with
>one sort of database commit back to the new one

The working copies don't know and don't care what storage mechanism the
repository uses.

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