On 2/19/07, Anastasios Hatzis <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Mark Phippard wrote:
> > On 2/19/07, Anastasios Hatzis <email@example.com> wrote:
> >> I have Subclipse 1.2.0 on Eclipse 3.2 with W-XP. I had 1.1.10 before
> >> today and as I tried to add the $Id$ keyword to some new files, I missed
> >> the "Add keywords" feature. I have used already this feature
> >> successfully in previous versions of my repository (probably with
> >> previous Subclipse version). I have no idea when this feature
> >> "disappeared".
> >> I have neither an appropriate menu item in the popup of folders or files
> >> any more, nor in the "Show Property" or "Set Property" dialog. Perhaps
> >> I'm just blind right now and this is not a bug. But I tried to follow
> >> instruction in the documentation and there is really no "Add keywords"
> >> anymore. Updating to 1.2.0 also didn't help.
> > The Add Keywords option was removed sometime during the 1.1.x
> > releases. It was deemed unnecessary (by me) now that we have a robust
> > interface for managing properties. Just use the Set Property ...
> > option to set the svn:keywords property on the files you want to add
> > it to.
> Mark, thank you for your reply.
> I tried this via "Set Property" and it works fine. I wonder if there is
> a particular reason why an entry for "svn:keywords" is missing in the
> property list if it is about a directory (on files "svn:keywords" is
It is just because you cannot apply that property to a folder. If you
want to set it recursively, you can still type it in the box and as
long as you check the box to set the value recursively it will allow
> Are the properties also covered by merge? Example:
As long as the revisions you are merging include the
transaction/revision where the property was set or modified, then it
will be included in the merge.
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Received on Mon Feb 19 20:39:12 2007