Fwd:[cvsnt] Re: Performance problem with large f iles

Glen Starrett grstarrett at cox.net
Fri Oct 22 21:17:39 BST 2004

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michel.leclerc at b-rail.be wrote:
> I'm interrested in using an other method to store theses big files. Do you have
> an idea of an alternate methode ?
> The files I use are script files that are frequently updated (In this case CVs
> fits well). These scripts use external exe files that can be very large.
> I want to be certain that we I do a Checkout I get all the files that I need to
> run the script.

Sounds like you're using these EXE files as part of the build process -- 
like they are a compiler / processor application rather than part of 
your project, correct?  You might look at checking for their existence 
and, if not present, use copy or wget or similar to grab them from a 
central location.

Glen Starrett

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