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From Apache subversion Wiki <comm...@subversion.apache.org>
Subject [Subversion Wiki] Update of "Inheritable-Ignores-AutoProps" by pburba
Date Tue, 06 Nov 2012 02:45:03 GMT
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The "Inheritable-Ignores-AutoProps" page has been changed by pburba:
http://wiki.apache.org/subversion/Inheritable-Ignores-AutoProps?action=diff&rev1=13&rev2=14

Comment:
Fix some incorrect statements about svn status and --no-ignore.

  
  This "svn:auto-props" property will (no surprise!) override/extend the auto-props configuration
settings which dictate the properties which are automatically set  on newly added or imported
files.  Unlike traditional auto-props, which can be disabled in the run-time config (i.e.
"enable-auto-props = no"), svn:auto-props cannot be disabled by a well-behaved client.
  
- The "svn:global-ignores" property will extend the global-ignores configuration settings
and the existing svn:ignore property, both of which define file patterns that are ignored
by the svn status, import, and add subcommands. Like svn:auto-props, svn:global-ignores cannot
be disregarded by a well-behaved client.
+ The "svn:global-ignores" property will extend the global-ignores configuration settings
and the existing svn:ignore property, both of which define file patterns that are ignored
by the svn status, import, and add subcommands. Like svn:auto-props, svn:global-ignores cannot
be disregarded by a well-behaved client.  The only exception to this is the 'svn status' subcommand
when the --no-ignore option is used.  In that case all unversioned paths, even if they match
a svn:global-ignores pattern, are still revealed with the "I" status.
  
  {{{#!wiki warning
  "Well-Behaved Clients" and "Trust, But Verify"
@@ -114, +114 @@

   1. Any svn:inherited-ignores properties explicitly set on, or inherited by, the path.
   1. The svn:ignore property, if any, set on the path's immediate parent.
  
- There is no actual hierarchy among these ignore sources,  the patterns found in each are
simply combined, they do do not override each other. If a subcommand is passed the --no-ignore
option, then #1 and #3 are not considered.
+ There is no actual hierarchy among these ignore sources,  the patterns found in each are
simply combined, they do do not override each other.
  
  {{{#!wiki warning
  Remember that users can only inherit properties from paths which they have read access to
-- see http://wiki.apache.org/subversion/InheritedProperties#Authentication. So make sure
all users have read access to the path(s) on which you set "svn:auto-props" or "svn:global-ignores"
properties.

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