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[SOLVED] Clean the git

#1
I just now updated my local git and compiled it.

I checked the total size of the main folder, and in total, I have 5,37GB in files for Xonotic. That's a bit much on this small laptop harddrive. Is there a way to clean away old stuff?
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#2
If you have no local changes, you can do:

./all clean -f

to get rid of all untracked files, and all changes. After that, you can reduce your .git directory sizes by:

./all each git gc

This will take a while, though.
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#3
Don't expect a huge improvement in size though, we have big source files (2.5 GB at this time), and a compressed copy of those 2.5 GB are stored internally by git.
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#4
You can probably delete the nexcompat directory if you don't plan to do anything with it.
(07-18-2010, 10:59 AM)Flying Steel Wrote: How could anyone with ADHD tell its a high damage weapon if it wasn't a gigantic metal cock fucking the map whenever a player gets within 3 meters of a wall?

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#5
Just deleting it will only make it come back the next time you update. Remove the xonotic-nexcompat.pk3dir directory and make a xonotic-nexcompat.pk3dir.no file in the directory that hosted it (the file can be empty, doesn't matter). This will prevent the update script from downloading it again.
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#6
Removing the nexcompat folder helped me for 1,4GB

Did the other stuff, but don't know exactly howmuch that helped, as I moved some files around while it was running.
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#7
You can also probably scrap the mediasource directory too.
(07-18-2010, 10:59 AM)Flying Steel Wrote: How could anyone with ADHD tell its a high damage weapon if it wasn't a gigantic metal cock fucking the map whenever a player gets within 3 meters of a wall?

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#8
But don't forget to add .no files or it will re-download on the next ./all update.
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