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Re: Restrict Commit Files Types

From: Matt Sickler <crazyfordynamite_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-03-06 05:01:24 CET

svn:ignore is only precautionary - it in no way FORCES anything

if you want to deny certain files from being committed you need a pre-commit
hook that checks for them

On 3/5/07, Jacky Chan <jacky11287@gmail.com> wrote:
> Dears,
> I am running SVN with svnserve, and I am considering the approaches for
> setting up the restriction of committing a file.
> In my own experience, by setting up the properties of svn:ignore and the
> global-ignore in .subversion can achieve to goal in the way by setting up
> the ignore list.
> But it seems the ignore list resides in client side, that means user can
> modify the list and so as the properties to again commit the files that are
> set ignore before.
> I would like to ask is there any way to set the ignore list on the server
> side? and some other related but indirect way to set the list that can
> restrict user to not commit certain files.
> Thank you very much and I am looking forward to your reply.
> --
> Yours Sincerely,
> Jacky Chan
Received on Tue Mar 6 05:01:55 2007

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