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Re: System-wide configuration area and global-ignores

From: C. Michael Pilato <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-08-10 22:10:47 CEST

"Brad Rhoads" <brhoads@zethcon.com> writes:

> The book says that you can set up a default config file in /etc/subversion,
> but that the individual users' config takes precedence. Further, svn
> automatically creates a user config if it doesn't exist.

Subversion automatically creates the user config, but the
configuration options are commented out by default. So it isn't as if
Subversion, by default, overrides all the settings in the system-wide

> My question is what should and should not be in the users' config so
> as to recognize settings, specifically global-ignore, in the default
> config.

That's a local policy left to sysadmins to decide.

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