> On Jul 14, 9:07 pm, Stefan Küng <tortoise..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
>> Karsonito wrote:
>>> When I set HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\TortoiseSVN\ConfigDir key
>>> TortoiseSVN still uses %AppData%\Subversion.
>>> I moved files from %AppData%\Subversion in other place. Then I set
>>> registry key. When I start TortoiseSVN and ones created %AppData%
>>> \Subversion again.
>>> When I monitor file operations with FileMon I see TortoiseSVN activity
>>> in specified directory (ConfigDir), but it still creates %AppData%
>> That's expected: you can only specify another config file to use, but
>> the original one is still used (the one you specify can override the
>> original one, but all options you did not specify in your custom config
>> file are read from the original location).
> Strange behavior. In such way I can't hide my passwords in safe place
> (crypted disk).
> So, which task this setting solve? I was expecting simple moving of
> config profile.
Sure you can.
As I said: the custom config file is used and overwrites all settings in
the original config file. But the original is still used.
So: if you want to have your custom config file on an encrypted disk,
just do it. You don't have to put your passwords in the config file in
the original location.
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Received on 2008-07-16 17:40:54 CEST