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Re: Minimizing Mathematica file size for source code control?
Hi Eckhard, > Tim Wichmanns nbcache utilities consist of two Perl scripts. The first one, > size. The script is independent of the source-code control system used; it > can be used with RCS, CVS, SVN, ClearCase, ... Of course, you *could* call > rmnbcache automatically in a CVS or SVN pre-commit check script, but "server > side" is not a requirement and was not the original design intention. > > On the other hand, the second Perl program, testnbcache, is meant to be used > as a server-side pre-commit check script and was designed for use with CVS. > testnbcache checks if a notebook being checked in still has cache data and > rejects a commit if this is the case. If you want to use it with SVN, then > you would have to write a SVN pre-commit hook script that calls testnbcache > as a subprogram. Of course that is all correct and much more precise than what I wrote, thanks to bring the details back to my and other's mind. I didn't really want to make the impression it has to run on the server side but merely wanted to mention that it can do so... > I am using the nbcache utilities for Mathematica up to v5.2 in both CVS and SVN > environments. I have no experience with v6 either, but since the tools are > still being used by my former colleagues for Mathematica application > development (www.analog-insydes.de) up to v6, I suppose that they still > work the way they did for previous Mathematica versions. nice to hear it is still in use. I think I should start using it again... albert