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Re: tsvn:logwidth in svn repository (Re: svn commit: r12696 - trunk/subversion/po)

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-01-13 15:16:50 CET

Julian Foad <julianfoad@btopenworld.com> wrote on 01/13/2005 09:13:05 AM:

> Lbbe Onken wrote:
> > Max Bowsher wrote:
> >> luebbe@tigris.org wrote:
> >>> * subversion/po/: Set the tsvn:logwidth marker on the directory to
80
> >
> >> *If* this is going to be set anywhere, shouldn't it be on the root of

> >> the repository? Or possibly, on trunk?
> >
> > setting this property recursively on trunk would be a good idea, but I

> > didn't dare ;-). I don't know how many people are committing to the
SVN
> > repository via TSVN. Setting this property can only help, not harm.
> > After all some svk properties are set on the repository as well.
>
> On which directories or files does this property need to be set in order
for it
> to have the desired effect in TortoiseSVN? Does it need to be set on
every
> directory and/or file that might be the target of a commit? For
instance, if I
> do "svn ci doc/book/book/ch09.xml" then where does it need to be set?

TSVN will look up the hierarchy of folders in your WC to find the
property. So if you have a reasonable idea of what the top-level folders
are that users will checkout, then that is the only place you need to set
the property. Otherwise, it needs to be on every folder.

Mark

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