On 08.11.2012 17:07, CHAZAL Julien wrote:
> Hi all,
> In my company, we choosed to use TortoiseSvn 1.7.x as Subversion client
> for Windows 7 platform. Then, we have to deploy TortoiseSvn
> installer(msi) on all our workstations (around 2,000 workstations),
> through Group Policies tool (Microsoft).
> We also applied a strong Configuration Management process to manage the
> source code of our applications and then we customized the config file
> for Subversion (the file stored in %appdata%\Subversion). So we have our
> own Config file for Subversion that we must deploy on all our Win7
> I performed some tests to deploy the TortoiseSvn MSI that you provide in
> Sourceforce. It works fine with Microsoft Group Policies, but I would
> like to deploy our own Config file instead of using the Config file
> provided by TortoiseSvn MSI installer.
> So, do you know if it possible to modify TortoiseSvn MSI installer in
> order to add in this MSI our customized config file?
You have to add your config file to the msi yourself. TSVN does not ship
a config file in the installer.
But maybe using the registry might be easier if you want to adjust the
msi yourself. See here for what registry keys you can use:
> Another remark, TortoiseSvnProc.exe (or TSVNCahce.exe) creates
> automatically the subversion Config file if this file doesn't exist in
> %appdata%\Subversion (or if this file has been removed). So, I would
> like to know how works TortoiseSvnProc.exe (or TSVNCahce.exe): does this
> program use a default config file? where is it located? Can we modify it?
The svn library automatically creates that file if it doesn't exist.
That's hard coded in the library, you can not change or interfere there.
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Received on 2012-11-10 09:28:29 CET