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'svn pe --revprop' falsely reports success

From: Brian Denny <brian_at_briandenny.net>
Date: 2003-05-27 20:32:36 CEST

If you don't enable revprop changes by activating the pre-revprop-change
hook, the subversion server acts as though the hook had failed (no
propchange is made).

That's fine and dandy, but it's kind of unfortunate that you still get
the message:
  Set new value for property `svn:log' on revision 75

This is, perhaps, a more general case of commit-hook failure not being
reported. *If* there is a way for the repository administrator to
return an error message from a hook script (not sure off the top of my
head), then it's not a problem in the general case. But it just seems
wrong for the default behavior, with no hook-script in place, to be "fail
while indicating success".

I couldn't find an issue for this in IZ. Should I open one?


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