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Re: [SURVEY] for repository administrators

From: Paul Lussier <pll_at_lanminds.com>
Date: 2003-04-17 16:37:29 CEST

In a message dated: Wed, 16 Apr 2003 21:59:11 EDT
Michael Price said:

>Paul Lussier wrote:
>> So, could some kind soul who *has* figured these --*-template
>> switches out provide a working example of why/how these things are
>> useful in the real world (I live in "theory", everything works here :)
>If you look in the "templates/on-disk/default" subdirectory of your subversion
>working copy then you will see a set of directories and files that should look
>very familiar to you. You can copy this hierarchy elsewhere, add any files and
>directories you want, and then use that as the template for new repositories.

Ahhhhh! Okay, I see. Though when you say "You can copy this
hierarchy elsewhere" do you mean a litteral copy? i.e. should I:

        rsync -rav default/ /path/to/templates/default

Doing this would obviously also copy the .svn hierarchy in each of
the sub-dirs of default/ as well, wouldn't this be bad? Should I
instead just copy the basic hierarchy sans any .svn subdir? ala:

        rsync -rav --exclude='.svn' default/ /path/to/templates/default


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