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From cmpil...@apache.org
Subject svn commit: r1209123 - /subversion/trunk/notes/repos-dictated-config
Date Thu, 01 Dec 2011 15:29:07 GMT
Author: cmpilato
Date: Thu Dec  1 15:29:06 2011
New Revision: 1209123

URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc?rev=1209123&view=rev
Log:
* notes/repos-dictated-config
  Gut this file, leaving only a pointer to the relevant wiki design page:
  http://wiki.apache.org/subversion/ServerDictatedConfiguration

Modified:
    subversion/trunk/notes/repos-dictated-config

Modified: subversion/trunk/notes/repos-dictated-config
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/subversion/trunk/notes/repos-dictated-config?rev=1209123&r1=1209122&r2=1209123&view=diff
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--- subversion/trunk/notes/repos-dictated-config (original)
+++ subversion/trunk/notes/repos-dictated-config Thu Dec  1 15:29:06 2011
@@ -1,58 +1,2 @@
-Some thoughts on repository-dictated configuration
-
-Introduction
-============
-Many software development shops of non-trivial size desire to have an enforce
-a uniform configuration environment among the various clients which commit
-to their repositories.  Although these shops may have the ability to control
-the environment on the client machines (dictating software versions, etc),
-relying upon the client for setting various configuration parameters can
-be time-consuming and problematic.
-
-Subversion already provides the means of enforcing much (but not all) of this
-configuration through the hook script mechanism.  What our users desire is
-some way of having the server dictate a default or recommended configuration
-to clients.  The parameters of interest typically come from the standard
-client-side config: things like global-excludes or auto-props.  Allowing the
-administrator to store a default config on the server, which then gets pushed
-to the clients, would save both time and frustration.
-
-
-Behavioral specification
-========================
-The high-level behavior for repository-dictated configuration is relatively
-simple: the repository maintains a list of configuration parameters and
-values, and upon request, provides these to the client who then applies them
-appropriately.
-
-It should be noted that the configuration the server dictates is only a
-*suggestion* to the client.  Clients may choose to override the suggestion
-with a configuration of their own, so appropriate server-side enforcement
-(often via hook scripts) is still recommended.
-
-
-Server-client transmission mechanism
-====================================
-As part of the OPTIONS request, the client will send to the server the 
-sha1 hash of the version of the server-dictated config that it current has
-cached.  If the server has a different version, it will send that to the
-client in the OPTIONS response.
-
-
-Server-side storage
-===================
-[TODO]
-
-
-Client-side storage
-===================
-The client current maintains a global configuration file in
-~/.subversion/config  This feature will introduce the ~/.subversion/repos/
-directory, which will hold additional subdirectories keyed on the UUID of the
-repository.  It is in this subdirectory that the cached version of the
-repository configuration will be stored.
-
-
-Configuration Hierarchy
-=======================
-[TODO]
+[  The contents and further evolution of this document have been moved to  ]
+[  http://wiki.apache.org/subversion/ServerDictatedConfiguration           ]



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