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Re: filtering import and setting lock

From: Tremal Naik <tremalnaik_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-10-24 11:49:40 CEST

2006/10/23, Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006d@ryandesign.com>:
> Please keep replies on the list so others can benefit from the
> discussion.

yep, I only hit the "reply" button. Maybe your Apple mailer is putting
the list as a CC and the sender as a TO: try to fix it.

> > ok, but what are the server config file for?
> I am not familiar with /etc/subversion/config; no such file exists on
> my system.

ok, now I know, it's the system wide *client* configuration file, for
those users who use the command svn on that machine. Infact, the first
time you issue a command (let's say svn --version) you'll see a copy
of that file is crated in the user's ~/.subversion

> There is no server-side way to cause auto-props or global-ignores to
> occur. They must be set on the client.

yeah, I see it now

> Then, you can install a pre-commit hook on the server side that
> rejects any commit that does not conform to your requirements. For



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