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Q: deleting actual binary versions?

From: Brent Webster <brent.webster_at_liquidcomputing.com>
Date: 2006-03-30 21:32:56 CEST

As part of my overall product management, I have to maintain and
distribute bios and fpga loads from other build process along with the
C/C++ code that my teams are developing. I've setup a subversion
directory hierarchy so these "other" loadbuilder can checkin their
resultant binary loads into my repository. As these binary files become
stale, I would like to delete them from the repository all together and
not just from the revision tree. Is the only current method to use
"svnadmin dump | svndumpfilter | svn load"?
Is there a more operational runtime command? or just this brute force
Thanks Brent
Received on Thu Mar 30 21:34:30 2006

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