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Comment: Git not good for big assets (Score 2) 378

by alexp700 (#44050173) Attached to: Subversion 1.8 Released But Will You Still Use Git?
We work on lots of asset rich projects - often the PSDs folder will span many (hundreds!) gigabytes for a small project, and we'll be working on multiple projects at once. The PSDs then often have source imagery and a whole load of clutter collected from clients. SVN is superb at dealing with this scenario, since as a coder I don't fill my machine with sources I don't need - but we need them archived and backed up none the less. This is especially a problem if you're a developer with a fancy small SSD and the guy across the room has 6TB at his disposal for videos ;-)!

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