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Re: Overwrite a file without history

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006d_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-12-04 02:27:17 CET

On Dec 3, 2006, at 14:10, Jordi Amatller wrote:

> I have a question about commiting a file in the repository. I have
> a process that automatically generates an image every minute. The
> image file has always the same name and the same path. I want to
> commit the new image file generated into subversion repository
> every time, but I donít want to keep the history of the file,
> because the svn database size will grow very quickly. Is there a
> way to commit the changes in svn without making a new version of a
> file just overwriting the content?
No, there isn't. Subversion is designed to retain history. If you
don't want to retain history, don't use Subversion for that file.
Store it on a file server, for example.

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