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system-wide configuration settings possible?

From: <Rebecca_Young_at_DSTInnovis.com>
Date: 2005-10-24 23:36:51 CEST

From reading the subversion literature, particularly page 2 of Ch7
Advanced Topics, it appears that it is possible to provide system-wide
default configuration settings (of our choice) and that you may do so,
described in better detail in the readme.txt in the runtime config area.
However, when I have tried this, by either editing the config file in the
all users profile (when apache was running as system), or in a particular
local user profile(when I set apache to run as that user) on the
repository server, it doesn't work. I also tried the registry method. I
also made sure on the client-side that I had a default config file that
still had everything commented out. I also deleted the local config file.
  No changes worked until I made the same changes in my client-side config
file that I had made in what I thought would have been a system-wide
recognized config file.
It is possible to have subversion read a server adminstered config file
that will apply to all users? Have I made some error or am I trying to
do something that is not yet supported?
Thanks for any help!

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