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Re: problems with checking a text file: svn thinks that it is a binary

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2008c_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Sat, 20 Sep 2008 16:32:46 -0500

On Sep 20, 2008, at 2:54 PM, baz themail wrote:

> I am going through the svn-book.pdf and I cannot understand how to
> set the auto properties, thats why i send the question to the group
> and hoping to find some help.


In the config file, you set "enable-auto-props = yes", and then edit
the mappings in the [auto-props] section.

> I see that it mention the "config" file but where is it located? I
> cannot find it from the standard server installation for 1.5.2. I
> am not sure if the book mention it or not.


"The first time the svn command-line client is executed, it creates a
per-user configuration area. On Unix-like systems, this area appears
as a directory named .subversion in the user's home directory. On
Win32 systems, Subversion creates a folder named Subversion,
typically inside the Application Data area of the user's profile
directory (which, by the way, is usually a hidden directory).
However, on this platform, the exact location differs from system to
system and is dictated by the Windows Registry."

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