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Re: Why do commands fail when a file is unknown to svn?

From: Brian W. Fitzpatrick <fitz_at_red-bean.com>
Date: 2004-03-04 23:06:06 CET

On Mar 4, 2004, at 3:51 PM, Nicolás Lichtmaier wrote:

>
>> why not provide an extra flag like
>> svn --ignore-unknown-files
>> ?
>>
>>
>
> I second this! (it could also be a client configuration setting)

I will veto this. We don't need another configuration switch to
accomodate what is essentially a misuse of Subversion (See my previous
email for more info).

>> btw, is there something like a
>> ".svnrc" file like it is with the
>> ".cvsrc" where you can put configurations
>> like zip compression rate etc. ?
>>
>
> ...and this! =)

It already exists. It's called your ~/.subversion/ directory (tho it's
slightly different in Windows).

To witness this feature described in detail, please see Chapter 7 of
the Subversion book:

http://svnbook.red-bean.com/html-chunk/ch07.html#svn-ch-7-sect-1

-Fitz

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