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Re: config files on Windows

From: Hontvari Jozsef <hontvari_at_solware.com>
Date: 2002-03-26 22:13:45 CET

> consistency we have when answering the question "Where are my config
> files under Win32?"!)

This should be the answer: your configuration files are in the same
directory as your the executable. Except if you have placed them *manually*
into your %APPDATA%\Subversion directory (so APPDATA files override the
system wide if necessary)

>BTW, to get the Application Data folder directory, I believe your best bet
>is to use the AppData value from the
>HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Shell registry key.
>Using environment variables on Win32 is always a bad hack that should be

But using that registry key directly is a bad hack too :-) (Or is that key
published in the reference?) Microsoft recommends the SHGetFolderPath API

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Received on Tue Mar 26 22:15:27 2002

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