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Re: any clue?

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_newton.ch.collab.net>
Date: 2002-04-09 19:58:37 CEST

Lalit Jairath <lalit.jairath@Barra.COM> writes:
> i also downloaded subversion-r1537.tar.gz (in addition to
> svn-win32-r1650.zip that i talked about in previous e-mail) but could n't
> find any file with ~/.subversion/proxies name (pl. see below). Also, what to
> do in case of pre-compiled win binary files.

Ah. On Windows, the configuration file locations are still being
sorted out (see mail later today about that). But you can also use
Windows registry keys:

   Configuration data in the Windows registry
   On Windows, configuration data may also be stored in the registry.
   functions svn_config_read and svn_config_merge will read from the
   registry when passed file names of the form:
   The REGISTRY: prefix must be in upper case. The (hive) part must be
   one of:
   The values in config-key represent the options in the [DEFAULTS]
   The keys below config-key represent other sections, and their values
   represent the options. Only values of type REG_SZ will be used; other
   values, as well as the keys' default values, will be ignored.
   File locations
   Typically, Subversion uses two config directories, one for site-wide
        -- or --
   and one for per-user configuration:
        -- or --


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