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Re: Keeping stuff out of my repository?

From: Toby Thain <toby_at_telegraphics.com.au>
Date: Thu, 30 Oct 2008 12:39:31 -0400

On 30-Oct-08, at 12:00 PM, caston first wrote:

> I am administering a repository for a group of developers who are
> too lazy to follow instructions that provide a standard value for
> the client-side svn-ignore setting. As a result, I am continually
> removing compiler cruft from the repo!
> The clients in use vary - so far just TortoiseSVN, Subclipse and
> the command line client.
> Is there ANY way I can enforce my repository's ignore rules? I
> know it's kind of a mainframe mentality but the added hassle is
> just driving me insane...

You can reject commits with a pre-commit hook. See the text of hooks/
pre-commit.tmpl in any repo.


> Thanks,
> Caston

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