My pain point for checking files into git is around 64 mb, and it's partly a disk-space based pain, so stuff like bup or git large file patches don't help much. So despite having multi-gb git repos, I still have no way to version ie, videos.
It occurs to me that I'd be reasonably happy with something that let me manage the filenames (and possibly in some cases content checksums) of large files without actually storing their content in .git/. So I could delete files, move them around, rename them, and add new ones, and commit the changes (plus take some other action to transfer file contents) to propigate those actions to other checkouts. Does anyone know of any tools in that space? -- see shy jo
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