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[Axiom-developer] Re: [M#73697383] Re: Disk-quota Request

From: Ben Collins-Sussman
Subject: [Axiom-developer] Re: [M#73697383] Re: Disk-quota Request
Date: Sat, 30 Sep 2006 17:22:11 -0500

On 9/30/06, Bill Page <address@hidden> wrote:

The complete svn repository on SourceForge is only 233,248 Kb.
It should have fit on Google!

Google Guy Here.  :-)

Can you do me a favor?  Can you try using svk to 'push' your
repository to some other local repository (in the same way you're
pushing it at google)?  Then verify that the target (replicated)
repository is indeed the same size as the original?

I *suspect* there's a bug in the quota-tracking code at google, and if
so, it's my fault.  I may need to investigate ASAP!

PS. On a related issue. The more I think about the 'zips'
directory in the Axiom distribution the more I think it was a
ReallyStupid (tm) invention. Why take a source code tarball from
another project (gcl) and stick it into the Axiom repository?
If we really need a copy of gcl, why don't we just add it properly
into the repository as source code? Why do we work around the
capabilities of the source code control system by saving the
tarball and patches against it, having to apply these patches
during the build instead of just committing these patches to
Axiom's version of gcl in the repository? All of this stuff is
stored in the repository in a compressed manner anyway, right?

Yes, this is what I was trying to hint at when you guys initially
asked for a gig of space.  :-)

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