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Re: Svn client and /etc/subversion/config

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-04-30 02:56:21 CEST

On Apr 29, 2005, at 7:45 PM, rds wrote:
> One more thing... not sure if it matters or not. When svn on the
> client invoked
> the first time it's done using svn:// protocol, e.g.
> # svn co svn://path/to/our/repos/trunk/projectA

I think you're making assumptions that aren't true: the per-user and
global 'config' files do *not* create one another, in either direction.
  The per-user config is auto-created if it doesn't yet exist, and a
"generic" config file is what's created.... no relationship to any
existing global config.

The only relationship between the global and per-user configs is the
way in which subversion interprets them: it loads the global settings
into a hash, then it loads the local settings into the same hash,
possibly overwriting global values.

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