Eugene Kuleshov <email@example.com> wrote on 03/15/2006 11:48:50 AM:
> Mark Phippard wrote:
> > When you make the branch, properties are copied with the branch. But
> > generally when creating a branch, the property would be set on the
> > of the branch. So you would not need to add any new info into the
> > itself. You are adding it in the place where the branch came from.
> > is the missing breadcrumb that Subversion does not create.
> > The custom editing dialog exists for maintaining the info. Whether it
> > adding in historical info from an existing repository, or adding new
> > about new branches. However, if the branch is created from Subclipse
> > there are cases where the property will be auto maintained.
> That is what I am asking for. How do I create a branch in a way that
> this property will be auto maintained.
Right-click on a Project in your WC that has the subclipse:tags property
set and choose Create Branch/Tag.
That is the only time it can be done. Otherwise, you need to set the
> Last time I asked about branches here , I've been suggested to go to
> repositories view and basically do copy from trunk folder and paste to
> branch/tag folder. If I do that nothing created automatically.
You cannot set a property against a URL. I also make tags this way. I
then manually update the projects that I tagged to set the property.
> So, once again, can you please publish step by step instructions how
> to branch multiple projects and to make sure that this property get
> propagated to the target tag/branch.
There is never a scenario where it will be propogated to the target
branch. What will be propogated is any properties that existed when the
branch was created, and that is all that it makes sense to propogate.
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Received on Wed Mar 15 18:01:28 2006