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Is there an opposite to global-ignores?

From: Andreas Kahl <Andreas_Kahl_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2007-11-27 18:22:07 CET

Hello everybody,

I am trying to set up an SVN-Management for some Servers. But I only want to version-control the config directories, not the data.
For example, I want to include only several etc-directories and some lib-dirs containing self-created modules.

The goal is to develop new modules and configurations on test-servers, commit them to an SVN repository, simply check out all changes to other test-servers, and finally to the productive ones instead of diff-ing many files and manually copying them.

Is there a good possibility to do this?
I thought of something similar to an opposite of global-ignores in /etc/subversion/config.

Thank you for any ideas and/or suggestions.


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