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Re: move certain svn props to top level path?

From: Stefan <luke1410_at_posteo.de>
Date: Thu, 5 Apr 2018 00:09:38 +0200

On 04/04/2018 23:47, Branko Čibej wrote:
> On 04.04.2018 23:12, Stefan wrote:
>> Hi,
>> atm we specify the following svn properties on trunk:
>> * bugtraq:url
>> * bugtraq:logregexp
>> * tsvn:logwidthmarker
>> * tsvn:projectlanguage
>> * webviewer:revision
>> * (possibly by the time you read this, I added webviewer:pathrevision)
>> Since these properties are currently not set project wide but rather
>> on each branch/tags we now have branches still pointing to the old
>> bugtrag:url (f.e. the 1.9.x branch) and some branches not having
>> certain properties at all (f.e.  the 1.7.x branch missing the
>> webviewer:revision property).
>> I'd therefore like to suggest that we specify these properties just
>> once at the top level (i.e. on
>> https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/subversion) and remove them on the
>> sub-nodes (i.e. trunk, branches/xxx, tags/xxx, etc.). This will ensure
>> we have a consistent setting for these project wise.
>> Thoughts?
> I don't even know what these properties are, nor why they're set on our
> trunk directory. Assuming they're used by some tools that I'm unaware of
> (ok ... I can probably guess what the tsvn: ones are for), you can only
> move them a level up if these tools treat them as inheritable properties.
> -- Brane

I'm not sure if there are other tools around using these. I'm talking
here TSVN which utilizes all of these properties and yes, it's treating
them as inheritable ones. There seem to be other tools using these as
well [1/2], though I can't say for sure whether they are treating them
as inheritable (though I'd strongly suspect so).



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