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Re: svn config uner svn control

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 25 Nov 2009 19:42:21 +0100

On 24.11.2009 20:26, Thierry Bothorel wrote:
> Hi,
> I have 5 computers (not on a lan) where I use subversion. To use the
> same subversion configuration, I put 'config' file in subversion.
> However I have a problem on Windows computers using TortoiseSvn only.
> After an update, the file is systematically replaced with a default
> config file. This does not happen on windows PC using rapidsvn or the
> command line.
> Is there a mean to prevent this behavior using TortoiseSVn?

TSVN only creates the config file if it doesn't already exist. That's
what the svn API svn_config_ensure() does.

Are you sure your config file is valid and really overwritten?


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