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This should answer your question: https://confluence.atlassian.com/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=273877699
As for the intent of using git, i think this pretty much sums it up: If a lot of your files are extremely large or if your files are binaries or executables, you should understand Git or Mercurial will not work well with them.
Hello! Uploading large files, like 2GB+ files for game development, to Bitbucket or GitHub may not be the best practice. While these platforms are excellent for version control and collaboration, they have limitations on file size, and hosting large binary files, such as game assets, can be challenging.
GitHub, for example, has a 100MB file size limit for individual files, and even if you use Git LFS (Large File Storage) for larger files, you might encounter limitations and potential storage costs.
Bitbucket has similar restrictions on file sizes, and exceeding them may lead to performance issues or the need for a premium plan.