On 24.04.2011 11:01, Stefan Sperling wrote:
> On Sun, Apr 24, 2011 at 10:48:44AM +0200, Stefan Küng wrote:
>> This happened sometime last week I guess, since I'm updating TSVN to
>> use the latest SVN trunk usually on weekends:
>> When I set an svn:external property, it isn't respected on an update
>> until I commit the property. Before, I could set or modify an
>> external property, then run update to get the changes, do my testing
>> and *then* commit the property change. Now I have to first commit
>> the property change. That's not good - I'd like to test such a
>> change first before I commit it.
> It's going to come back, but possibly as an optional feature.
> See http://svn.haxx.se/dev/archive-2011-04/0324.shtml
That post talks about such properties on added directories.
But it doesn't work for existing directories either:
I have my 'ext' folder for years now in the TSVN repository and the
svn:externals property is on that folder for the same amount of time.
It's not freshly added.
I only modify that property, which existed before and now only points to
a different revision and/or a different tag.
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Received on 2011-04-24 11:08:58 CEST