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--- joanne grey <j_grey -at- writeangles -dot- com> wrote:
> What I *do* know is that the file directory in
Bitkeeper is much bigger than the directory in Visual
> Now that I think about it, IIRC the size in
> Bitkeeper was comparable
> to the size it was in CVS.
I may be mistaken here but, MS VSS uses a strong
compression algorithm on the VSS database that is not
to dissimilar to that use to compress MS word
documents. The disadvantage of this is that it does
slow down access. On a LAN you probably will not
notice it. Over the Internet or WAN it becomes a
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