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Re: Global configuration

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2004-08-17 15:04:30 CEST

"Sven Steiniger" <Sven.Steiniger@newtron.net> wrote on 08/17/2004 07:54:38

> I am a bit confused about how to corretcly configurate subversion.
> In CVS you can checkout CVSROOT and do all settings there.
> The Subversion-Book describes how to *locally* edit the settings
> on the client machine, for example the patterns of ignored files.
> But does this make sense? Defining the list of files to be ignored
> should be the same for all users. Also, which keywords should be
> expanded for certain file types should also be the same.
> So, how can this be done?

You cannot currently define a central configuration. All configuration
files and options are local to the client. This is "on the list". Patches
are welcome :)


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