Oh goodness, I just saw that this wasn't giving me email notices of the updates. Sorry!
TyberZann -- Actually, I use Dropbox for sharing stuff with myself between my mac and my pc. All of the larger art working files that I want to keep track of but don't want to put in SVN, for instance. Raw 3D files, larger rendered images from before they are post-processed and shrunk down for use in-game, etc. I also use MozyHome to back up my main computer in general, so I wind up with triple (or better) distributed protection for most assets. As a former sysadmin, I don't like to mess about taking chances.
Michael_H -- We check in the entire project directory for unity, but we don't check in any generated binaries for actually playing the game (anybody with unity and the project can generate those themselves). Those we store in an ignored WorkingBuilds folder, and we have some flags in our game that is able to locate the RuntimeData files (which we do
check in to SVN) even when it's in that subfolder. There are some other files in the Library folder that we don't check in, too. This is our svn:ignore property for the Library folder:
unity default resources
unity editor resources
unity editor resources
In terms of the other binary files -- images, music, etc -- we just try to check those in as infrequently as possible. If a music piece is undergoing a lot of revision, often we use email to send out copies of it and discuss it before it goes into SVN. In terms of art, I try to only commit things I am at least moderately happy with, and to make as few, but as productive, of changes to those assets as possible. That still winds up wasting some space, but I really like the security of having anybody with svn access and a copy of unity being able to download the full thing and build a working copy. If it's too complex, then we risk losing important stuff, I think.
techsy730 -- For AI War up through 3.085, we were on a different repository, which got up to 2579 revisions and about 800MB. Then between that and 3.189, before we moved to Unity, we had 573 more revisions. Then since moving to Unity, we've had 1632 more revisions on AI War.
Tidalis, after moving to Unity, had 2114 revisions. I'm not sure how many it had on the SlimDX side, but I would guess a couple of hundred, but no more.
A Valley Without Wind, so far, has had 263 revisions.