Joey Hess wrote: > 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. > Isn't this what unison does?
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