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RE: Re: "System-wide configuration area" and global-ignores

From: Mark Shead <sheadm_at_optimalinternet.com>
Date: 2005-11-16 04:18:45 CET

> I'm still curious as to how one manages subversion-server-wide config
> properties (like global-ignore) in any case, and am a bit concerned
> there's now clear way (as of yet) that I know of for me to do this for
> svn-1.2.3 server on redhat9. Also, I'd like to know to manage
> global-ignore/svn:ignore on a per-server, per-repo, and per-user basis
> one or many files or directories. The documentation seems unclear on
> this.

I'm not aware of any type of global ignore. I don't think there is a
per-repo ignore either. You can set svn:ignore as a property on a
directory and I don't believe this is propagated to subdirectories, but
I'm not sure.

When you set the svn:ignore on a directory, you'll need to commit it
back to the repository and then the other clients will need to check it
out again before it takes effect.

You might be able to set some of this using autoprops, but that will
only enable it on a per client basis. There isn't a way to push
autoprops down from the server automatically.


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