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"System-wide configuration area" and global-ignores

From: Matt England <mengland_at_mengland.net>
Date: 2005-11-14 20:31:17 CET

So I find that some of my svn repos are ignoring .o files, others are
not. This confounds me greatly, so I go hunting on my svn 1.2.3 server for
a global config area to control this, and I find...nothing.


"On Unix-like platforms, the system-wide configuration area is expected to
be the /etc/subversion directory"

...but there is no /etc/subversion directory on my RH9 system. Bummer.

I try to figure out how/what/when/where (help!) I can view/set/see anything
related to svn:ingore or "global-ignore"...and I still am searching.

Anybody care to help me see the light?

This thread, while promising in its Subject: name, didn't seem to be much
help at all:


An aside: I'm also still praying for they day when
users@subversion.tigris.org starts using a joint email-list-and-forum
solution (mail2forum.com aka M2F) so that the forums users at svnforum.org
and this email list will one day come together. Or at least start using
gossamer-threads.com so that previous-conversation searches might be a lot
easier. I prefer the M2F solution.


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