> If you're using ra_svn (the svnserve daemon & friends), I'm not sure
> such a feature is implemented yet.
Ahh OK. I'd rather hoped that remote users could set ACLs on branches
to lock them down (code freeze etc.)
>>6. How do you handle UCS-2 files? We have large numbers of these...
> Like any other file (we don't distinguish between text and binary,
> though you might want to avoid setting the svn:keywords or svn:eol
> property on those files!).
So you don't convert to UTF8 and back... hmm.. might not be so useful
since if you're treating the unicode files as binary they won't merge
properly :( Plus there's the keyword issue. I might look at
implementing this (it's very similar to cr/lf conversion really... if
you're doing that then the code to convert should be relatively trivial
[especially since I have a chunk of code I already use in cvsnt that
does exactly that...])
Watches would be nice - I can sort of imagine how to do them using
scripts and coercing the property system...
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