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Re: Settings in TortoiseSVN

From: Julien TOUCHE <julien.touche_at_lycos.com>
Date: 2005-11-02 19:17:56 CET

Stefan Küng wrote on 02/11/2005 18:35:
> Sid Sid wrote:
>> to 1. I think you missunterstood me. I want to set the settings for
>> example in the registry (by installing tortoise) and then I want to
>> disable the settings in TortoiseSVN, so that the user on the
>> computer can't enter it. So the settings are always the same.
> Why would you want to do that? Every user works differently, is used
> to different tasks. So they should be able to configure a tool the
> way they like. I mean, what do you have against a user e.g. changing
> a font? Or which context menu entries appear on the front menu and
> which in the submenu? Or which diff tool they want to use?
> If you really want to do that, then there's a way to do that with the
> OS: check the registry entries which correspond to each setting.
> Then, you can set up only read-access for the users to those registry
> keys and deny write access. (You must use regedt32.exe to do that,
> regedit.exe can't help you there. And of course you must be Admin to
> do that).

i think one good point is:
how to setup a common initial setup for all user ?
like said a default language different from english, no check updates,
use this color, activate some scripts for diff, or defining a common
default tool for merging.

don't know a way to do it for now.



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Received on Wed Nov 02 18:20:09 2005

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