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Problems changing config dir

From: Bridge, Peter <Peter.Bridge_at_dresdnerkleinwort.com>
Date: 2006-08-01 12:47:05 CEST

Hi All,

I can't seem to change the config dir that svn uses (Windows).
I've looked at registry stuff, global config options,
command line option etc, but can't find a single place to say:

'use this config directory for all svn commands'

The problem is that svn seems to always looks at
"user.home" or APPS_DATA (not sure which)
but in our case both of these map onto a networked windows
profile directory.

That seems to be okay for some SVN work,
but when SVN is being called many times it seems like there
is a read of the config files (and readme.txt?) happening constantly.
This is causing big performance problems for us. Also we have some
other svn clients - tortoise & subclipse, that are also
then reading the same config files that svn owns.

The sad/funny thing is that I don't have any config options defined.

Thanks for any help.


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