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Re: TortoiseSVN save properties bug?

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: 2007-12-11 13:39:45 CET

On 11/12/2007, stepand76 <stepand76@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm using TortoiseSVN 1.4.5, Build 10425 - 32 Bit, 2007/08/26 11:14:13
> and would like to save list of properties to file. I have selected
> properties from the list, clicked "Save as" button and noticed the
> target file contains only the value of first property (instad of list of
> values of selected properties). I'm not sure if it is bug or feature but
> anyway it is not usable for me.

Subversion supports binary property values. The only way to set or
read those properties is to load from a file or save to a file. That
is what the button is for, not for saving the list of properties.

There may be scope for a feature request here though. I often want to
load bugtraq properties on new projects, and the only way to copy from
another project which already has them is to open a properties dialog
for both projects and copy and paste them one at a time. A way of
saving a set of property names and values in a file would be useful,
maybe in the format used in .svn/prop-base which handles text and
binary properties.


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