Is there a way to specify that a file in the repository is
"constant"? By this, I mean it should not be changed, except by
deletion. For a file like this, I would like the
.svn/text-base/*.svn-base file to *not* be created.
I see this being useful for keeping history of files (such as
external libraries, utilities, or data) that are only going to be
added or deleted, and for saving disk space.
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