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[Savannah-hackers] [ 102200 ] web site too big for CVS

From: nobody
Subject: [Savannah-hackers] [ 102200 ] web site too big for CVS
Date: Thu, 12 Jun 2003 05:56:06 -0400

Support Request #102200, was updated on Thu 06/12/03 at 11:40
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Category: CVS
Status: Open
Priority: 5
Summary: web site too big for CVS

By: yeupou
Date: Thu 06/12/03 at 11:56
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Binaries files like divX should be uploaded in your download area, not in 
your CVS. You can use rsync with your download area. 
Just a question: do you have to right, legally, to distribute these divX? 
While I'm personally not against sharing and I understand the purpose of 
these divX for your project, Savannah cannot host illegal files. 


By: jpritikin
Date: Thu 06/12/03 at 11:40
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My project ( has a _big_ web site. 
i include about 270 short film clips which take nearly
100M of disk space.  To see it in action, browse to:

(i'm currently hosted on

All web content is generated by perl scripts.  So i'm
happy to put my scripts in CVS, but i need to update my
web site by rsync.  Given my slow internet connection,
there is no other way.  i don't think CVS will be happy
to swallow lots of 2.5M DIVX files anyway.

So is this possible on savannah or am i stuck with

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