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MCFileSupport

Page history last edited by keith_hodges 13 years, 4 months ago

External Files Support

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The default implementation of the two methods below considers all files

and directories (with their contents) matching the package name to be

part of the package.

 

#externalFiles

#externalFilesMatches

 

e.g. package name 'Release'.

 

files matching would include:

 

Release.text

Release/Introduction.text

Release/Tutorial/ch1.text

 

External Files Support - Monticello

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*Only file based repositories (i.e. .mcz files) are supported at present

 

Since your external files will change far less than your code, it is

recommended that you

use a separate package to manage files in order to save space and time.

 

Files are included in the .mcz (which is a standard zip archive)

as files/* according to the pattern files/<uuid>/<path>/<to>/<file>

 

*note: the uuid will change with every snapshot, it is unique to that

file in that snapshot

*note: in changes browsers the file is considered to be changed if the

fileSize has changed.

 

Snapshotting a package with files uses a temporary directory in

package-cache/files

The #flushCachedVersions menu item deletes this directory.

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