In svn_subst_build_keywords2, no message is produced if a token in
keywords_val has no meaning to svn:keywords. The result is that mispelled
or mis-delimited keywords are silently ignored, leading to mysterious
For example, the command:
svn propset svn:keywords Date,Revision,Author,HeadURL,Id *.cpp
(which conforms to common Unix command-line syntax for multi-valued
options) is accepted, but has no effect. The user either doesn't notice,
or wonders whether the feature really works as advertized.
Although properties in general are just key-value pairs with no meaning to
Subversion, a property that Subversion interprets does of course have
a valid domain. The proper course when evaluating any input is to either
accept or reject it, not simply to ignore it and let the user puzzle it out.
Ideally this validation would happen when the property is being stored.
I think perhaps the best place would be svn_wc_prop_set2.
As a second suggestion, it would be nice if the above syntax were supported.
AFAICT the only coding change would be the constant string passed to
svn_cstring_split in svn_subst_build_keywords2.
Would you like me to file a bug report?
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