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From Andy Levy <andy.l...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Default Config Files
Date Wed, 11 May 2011 16:03:50 GMT
On Wed, May 11, 2011 at 11:38, Ben Simpson <blsimpson@mykeiki.com> wrote:
> I appear to be running 1.6.x because it is asking me. My client wants that
> message to go away, so I found I can edit the servers file, and uncomment a
> couple lines to not store passwords at all, and it wont ask you. Thats what
> they want. Also, most of the users will be using TortoiseSVN on Windows
> machines, so it wont be a problem, but they still want the change..
> So, would I just copy the files that I want into the /etc/subversion
> directory? That directory on my machine is blank..

As stated before, that would only affect users on that (I assume)
Linux box who have not run the svn client previously. It will not
control behavior for remote clients, nor will it change the behavior
for users who already have a ~/.subversion directory.

I know that directory applies to the config (~/.subversion/config once
it's been copied) file, not sure about servers. You can prevent the
client from caching credentials in ~/.subversion/config (the
store-auth-creds setting) but you can't stop a user from changing
their own config after the fact.

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