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RE: [TSVN] bugtraq:message position

From: Boris <boris_at_kafana.org>
Date: 2004-10-07 03:05:52 CEST

> Erv Walter wrote:
> Forgive me for this newb question: Is the issue ID only stored in the
> log entry, or is it stored in some sort of meta data for the commit. An
> even more newbie question: Is there even such a thing as revision
> specific metadata/properties that are attached not to a file or folder,
> but to the revision itsefl?

There is something in subversion called property. You can divide svn
properties into two types: versioned and unversioned. The later property
type (unversioned) is attached to the whole revision. It contains
information that's related to the whole revision tree rather then to files
and directories in that tree. You can read more about it here:

The bugtraq:* properties are something that was introduced by TSVN
developers in the latest version of TSVN (1.1.x). These issue related
properties (bugtraq:* properties) are parsed by TSVN client before commit
action, and some of them get appended to the log message (like
bugtraq:message property).

Hope this helps.

- Boris

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