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Re: Possible bug in "svn getprop --revprop" command

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-07-01 20:11:13 CEST

David Weintraub <qazwart@gmail.com> writes:
> Right now, I'm having fun with revision properties. I originally wrote
> a hook script to help verify that certain revision properties were set
> on the commit and were formatted correctly. Unfortunately, it wasn't
> until after I finished my hook script that I realized you can't set
> revision properties on a commit transaction. (There's defect 1976
> against this, but no one is currently working on it).

Yeah. You can still do it, of course, but you'd have to write a
program against the svn libraries, or via the bindings, which is
harder than having a command to do it.

> There is also a need to have a way of listing revision properties --
> maybe through a command line switch in the "svn log" command. After
> all, "svn log" already lists the revision properties svn:log,
> svn:date, and svn:author.

'svn proplist --revprop -rXXX ...'

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