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Re: Strange behavior

From: David Chapman <dcchapman_at_acm.org>
Date: Mon, 12 Aug 2013 12:49:20 -0700

On 8/12/2013 12:27 PM, John Maher wrote:
> Thanks Bob, that may be exactly what I am looking for. Something that would affect all the files without having to issue over 200 commands or build a dummy directory just for importing. Although that second suggestion provided by Andrew is definitely better than the first.
> I couldn't find where it discusses the global config in the book, if it does at all. And even if it does I doubt it would help because it won't tell me where to find the file. Unless there is a command to edit it. I tried a search and someone says there is a site-wide config (what I need) and a user config but not where they are. I am using Windows XP and an having a difficult time finding this file.
> I can't even find the name of it. If someone can provide that I could at least search for it and hope it has some clue inside as how to alter it.

First link from Google (search was "windows xp subversion configuration
file location",

C:\Documents and Settings\%USERNAME%\Application Data\Subversion\config

I no longer run on Windows XP, so I don't remember if this is the proper
place for the file, but I have no reason to doubt it.

For Windows 7 it's in:


Which I can confirm.

In the "config" file, I have my global-ignores for Windows set to:

global-ignores = *.obj *.lib *.map *.exe *.bak *.pdb *.ilk *.idb

There might need to be a few more; it's been several years since I have
imported existing code into my Subversion repositories. But you get the

     David Chapman      dcchapman_at_acm.org
     Chapman Consulting -- San Jose, CA
     Software Development Done Right.
Received on 2013-08-12 21:50:29 CEST

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