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Few questions on Subversion

From: Lee Sherry <gonbananas_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-05-31 13:56:58 CEST

Hello users,

I have a few questions regarding subversion. I have a repository set
up on a linux machine, and use it as a central repository for company
files, Word / Excel / PDF and more.

Me and my colleagues use TortoiseSVN to keep updated with each others
changes etc.

1. As the repo gets larger is there a way to skip having to download
all the files into your working copy? i.e copy initial files from a cd
backup, to save new users from having to do a large download?

2. What is the best way to deal with files such as THUMBS.DB that XP
seems to create and modify, thus making your working copy almost
constantly out of date?

3. As the repo gets larger, is there a way to flatten the versions,
i.e remove all but the head version, to trim on space?

Any hints on the above questions would be very helpfull.

Thanks in advance.


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