On 11 Jan 2012 at 20:06Z, Richard Hartmann wrote:

> I just realized that a special git remote may make more sense than a
> special bup remote.

> This is, after all, _exactly_ what we would need, in this case.

> If git-annex detects that it's being run in a "real" git repo, it
> could, hopefully, still behave similar to when it's being run in a git
> annex repo.

Not quite sure what you mean but for large files you’re surely going to
run into the very problems git-annex was created to avoid if you use a
real git repo, surely what you want is a special remote that just keeps
lots of copies of files when changed, rather than actually versioning


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