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RE: Re: Tortoise SVN Ignore Usability

From: Hans-Emil Skogh <Hans-Emil.Skogh_at_tritech.se>
Date: 2006-06-22 08:50:01 CEST

>> And storing something in a repository means it's per-project,
> Still not following you :-). We have tons of Visual Studio projects
> stored below the same folder on our Subversion server.
>> not global to the client machine.
> I still do not find "global to the client machine" even slightly "global".

I think what Stefan is trying to say is that if you are working on projects from many different repositories, (TSVN, SVN, work, etc.) the "global" settings on your machine will affect *all* of them.
> We could stop caring in situations including, but not limited to, these:
> * new Visual Studio projects
> * new colleagues (new TSVN install)
> * workstation reinstalls (new TSVN install)
As pointed out earlier, this can (in a corporate setting) be worked around quite nicely with .reg-files or domain policies.
(Still does not solve how to do it per-repos though. Inheritable properties would be nice indeed!)
Received on Thu Jun 22 08:54:40 2006

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