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Re: "Apply property recursively" checkbox does not respond to button clicks

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 27 Jul 2011 18:59:44 +0200

On 27.07.2011 01:33, Ryan J Ollos wrote:
> I've given this some more thought ...
> Part of this might just be my own confusion about the intended function.
> These properties cannot be set on a directory, but when the user applies the
> property to a directory TSVN applies the properties to all files contained
> within the directory and not the directory itself, which is a nice feature.
> However, I was expecting to be able to non-recursively apply these
> properties (i.e. just to the immediate files within the directory and not
> have TSVN descend into all sub-directories).
> If the intended use is to only allow the properties to be applied
> recursively to files, then it might be better to have the check box selected
> but also greyed out (if possible). The linked helped (Section

Done in r21729.

> Project Settings), says "If you want to apply the property to every file and
> folder in the hierarchy below the current folder, check the Recursive
> checkbox.", which make me think the checkbox should be functional for this
> case.

That only applies to properties that can be set on files as well as
folders. Hmmm, are there properties like this?
I'll have to update the docs...


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