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AC's Giant Repo
01-07-2016, 01:16 PM, (This post was last modified: 01-07-2016, 01:19 PM by Victor.)
AC's Giant Repo
AssaultCube releases are usually under 60 MB (ACR is under 80 MB).

I tried to merge AC's repo into ours (with -s ours at specific tags) so that their Git contributors show up in the contributors page of ACR and so that it might be easier to merge in the future.

However, they used to upload binaries to their SVN repository, and they used git-svn, so their newer commits depend on commits ported from SVN.
This results in a repo that is almost 500 MB (compressed), so I decided not to merge it.

Rewriting history is bad, but if they don't, their repo retains large amounts of unnecessary data.

For comparison, ACR's repo is about 115 MB when packed.

Best regards,
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