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Re: autoversioning -- on or off by default?

From: C. Michael Pilato <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-03-21 18:39:45 CET

John Peacock <jpeacock@rowman.com> writes:

> I know it's not possible; one of many things that a stateless protocol
> was never intended to support.
> <bluesky>Would it be possible to set up the autocommit to target an
> actual branch and then allow a human to bulk merge the changes to
> trunk (thus eliminating the log chatter)?</bluesky>
> I'm actually thinking of using the Subversion WebDAV support for
> storing corporate shared-calender files (Mozilla Sunbird project), so
> this is actually something I have some small stake in...

So, Ben is about to test a hypothesis for me that sez we can use

   <Location /path/to/repos/branches/locking-branch>
     SVNAutoversioning on

to get autoversioning working only on a certain branch. That would
help enforce the policy you are talking about.

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Received on Mon Mar 21 18:44:04 2005

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