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non-versioned files in repository

From: mortee <mortee.lists_at_kavemalna.hu>
Date: 2006-08-07 10:28:18 CEST


I tried to look up in the documentation, and also searched the internet,
but haven't found a clear answer to the following question.

Is it possible, in the current (or planned future) version of SVN to
have some files - selectively based on mime type, filename pattern or
directory - not-versioned in the repository? I mean when those specified
files are committed, the previous version to be simply discarded and
overwritten, just like on a regular file server. For the other files,
usual versioning should take place.

I'm considering using SVN as a document management system, and we want
some files in the repository to be non-versioned but yet shared in the
same tree with other, versioned files. I mean items like CD images
attached to articles and stuff like that. We intend this primarily to
achieve economic disk space usage - but also for some files it might be
explicitely desired previous versions to be NOT available.


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