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Re: Distribute ignore-list and auto-props to all users

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 08 May 2013 08:06:11 +0200

On 07.05.2013 17:17, Franz Leu wrote:
> Hi
> I read a lot about the global-ignore and auto-props and found that
> the global ignore configured in Tortoise GUI go to the HKCU registry
> while pushing the svn config button in the GUI opens the config from
> users appdata.
> As far as I can tell, both (ignore and auto-props) can be configured
> at both location, is that correct?


> Since different users are creating repos and adding projects I want
> to distribute some general ignore-lists as well as auto-props that
> add svn:ignore=* on some special folders.
> How do I easiest control this rules centrally and distribute to all
> users? Server is 2003 with AD and I can use a GPO for distributing
> registry setting or simply copy/replace config files on each client.
> I assume it is correct to set this up on the client as the svn server
> doesn't even have this option.

There are several options you can try:

Use the tsvn:autoprops property. That way you can configure the auto
properties once for each repository/project and all TSVN clients will
use them:

Wait about two months until svn 1.8 is released, then upgrade all your
servers and clients to that version. SVN 1.8 will have "Repository
Dictated Configuration":


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