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RE: [TSVN] directory names

From: <Bill.Hughes_at_cgi-europe.com>
Date: 2005-08-30 15:51:28 CEST

Peter McNab wrote:
> Simon Large wrote:
>> Peter McNab wrote:
>>> Could these be made "Global" properties and pertain to the
>>> repository as a whole, a bit like global ignores and use your type
>>> 2 solution.
>> There are no general purpose "Global" properties in subversion. The
>> equivalent to a global ignore would be to add a (comma-separated)
>> list of tag names to the TSVN client settings, as has already been
>> proposed. But that would be a client setting used on all
>> repositories, not a repository setting used by all clients.
> Ah, understood.

If someone were, ahem, 'experimental' enough (i.e. mad) they could create a
project on the repo to hold configuration data which could then be used by a
hacked client to apply that data to the whole repo - i.e. apply global
properties to it. Of course you'd have to make sure that only that hacked
client could update the repo...

Do I need to say that I'm not seriously suggesting this?


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