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Re: How to Disable Pristine Copies in svn

From: Marko Kaening <mk362_at_mch.osram.de>
Date: 2006-08-31 14:57:24 CEST

> Why not use CVS then ? CVS works well and its not SVN. SVN assumes
Actually I did not migrate my large data folders into SVN, just because of
the storage space issue. I still use CVS.

I don't want to use SVN just because it's cool. No, there are certainly
some things which are better to handle. E.g. renaming or updates on a
large number of files etc.

Anyway, would be good to have the *option* to get rid of the pristine
copies as also Peter pointed out.

But well, disc space is cheap nowadays, isn't it? Too bad that I have
quite expensive (though small) SCSI hard discs in my lab computer...


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