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Setting up the Configuration File

From: Weintraub, David <David.Weintraub_at_ilex.com>
Date: 2005-03-29 22:00:19 CEST

We have recently established a policy that one of our project will allow for
automatic keyword expansion for $Id$. This is not true for other projects.
I understand that I can set this in the "config" file by putting in the
following lines:
[miscellany]
enable-auto-props = yes

 [auto-props]
* = svn:keywords=Id

I also understand that the default Subversion config file is
/etc/subversion/config.

What concerns me is that we have two projects, one where we want to allow
all users to have $Id$ keyword expansion and in another project, we do not
necessarily want to enable this expansion. Both projects are using the same
Apache webserver but two different archives.

I am also concerned that the /etc/subversion/config directory is for the
clients that are on that machine and not the clients who may not be on that
machine, but use the Subversion archive on that machine.

How do I set up our archive so that http://switchblade/project1
automatically allows all files to have $Id$ keyword expansion while
http://switchblade/project2 doesn't do that?
Received on Tue Mar 29 22:01:57 2005

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