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MS Office work flow.

From: Steve Constable <steve.constable_at_hotmail.com>
Date: Wed, 23 Jul 2008 21:33:09 -0300

I know SVN handles binary files just fine. My question is more about revision numbers.
I'm trying to put together a package of software for an office environment.
They will routinely change MS Word files and then send those files to clients and use them internally.
Since those files are typically single files (IE not compilation of several files) it just doesn't make sense to me that the whole folder that the file is in undergoes a version change.
So my question really is: do I understand the way SVN versions files/folders-and if so maybe my approach is wrong?
What I'd like is that each time an Office (or some other binary file for that matter) is changed, only THAT files version gets incremented. Is there a way to do this with SVN?
Thank you.
Received on 2008-07-24 02:34:07 CEST

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