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Re: [feature-request] Predefined repository config file

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 15 Apr 2017 09:48:11 +0200

On 12.04.2017 16:47, Pedja Supurovic wrote:
> I would suggest adding repository configuration file.
> File should be created in root of repository folder on client and
> contain some basic info about repository:
> - exact url to repository server
> - some custom client configuration related to that repository
> From time to time I am in situation that I have to set up fresh
> connection to some repository but I cannot remember exact repository
> url. If here is a config file that I can easily reach and copy, and
> simply double click it to activate TortoiseSVN which would read
> content and automatically set repository for me would be great.

right-click on the working copy folder, click "properties" in the
explorer menu (usually at the bottom).
Then you get the explorer properties dialog, with a new tab
"Subversion". There you can see the repository url and other info.

> Other that url to repository it might contain some client
> configuration like list of ignore file rules which are specific for
> that repository.
> This would be helpful when one has to set client on fresh computer,
> or when new team member is involved. Simple click at config file
> would readily set TortoiseSVN client for specific repository, leaving
> user to just log in, update and start working on code.

Use properties to store that info. And depending on what you want to
configure, there already might be properties available for that which
would do what you want automatically:



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