On 1/11/2011 3:16 PM, Daniela Rivas wrote:
>> You just need to make sure you set the correct MIME type on everything
>> you add to the repository. You do this by setting the svn:mime-type
>> property. Each .html file needs to have the MIME type "text/html";
>> each PNG image should have the MIME type "image/png", and so on. You
>> can, for example, use "svn propset svn:mime-type text/html index.html"
>> to set the MIME type of the index.html file.
>> You should set up auto-props in your Subversion config file so new
>> files you add automatically get these properties, but this only
>> applies to new files; for your existing files, you'll either have to
>> go through and set the MIME type of each by hand, or there exists a
>> script you can use to apply your current auto-props rules to your
>> existing files.
> After I have done a svn commit command in a working copy, how can i do
> to update the repository or that it is not supposed to happen? Because
> when I tried to browser it after that i see the same page i had before.
If you are looking at a directory like /trunk, you should see the
revision number update after a commit. If not, maybe the browser is not
updating its cached page. If you want to see the versioning better
through a browser you could install viewvc.
Received on 2011-01-11 22:32:37 CET