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Questions on system-wide config file

From: Kenneth McDonald <kenneth.m.mcdonald_at_sbcglobal.net>
Date: 2004-05-19 22:33:54 CEST

Once again, I apologize if the following questions have obviously
visible answers--I'm trying to search the Subversion book in
reasonable detail before posting questions, but it's a big (though
very well-written!) book, so I do miss things.

I'm setting up a server which will be used by myself and a few friends.
Our first project will by a Python project, and so I'd like to ensure
*.pyc (byte-compiled) files are never placed under version management--
as they are created automatically by Python.

The svn ignore patterns let me do this; however, I'd like to do it in
such a manner that people using my server from another system don't
need to set anything. My understanding is that if I set a global ignore
pattern in /etc/subversion/config, this will only affect clients on my
machine. Is there any way to have this recognized by _all_ clients?
(I guess this would really have to be handled by the server). Or,
am I going to need to mail out copies of the config file to my users?

Ken McDonald

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