Julian Foad wrote:
> Hi JJ.
> I'm trying to understand and reproduce what you are seeing, and I can't.
> There seem to be several things going on, some of which are probably to
> do with TortoiseSVN and some to do with the Subversion libraries.
> What I think you're saying at the end of this mail is, with svn 1.5.0:
> * your "pre-revprop-change" hook script returns failure;
> * "svn propdel testprop REPO_URL --revprop -r HEAD" says it succeeded,
> but actually didn't delete the property.
> When I tried this with a little recipe script that I am attaching now,
> it works as expected.
> One difference between my script and your situation is that you appear
> to be using HTTP whereas my script uses local "file://" access to the
> repository. Maybe that makes the difference.
> I'm assuming that the "propdel" and "pl" commands that you showed really
> were run one after the other as shown, and that your hook scripts are
> simple. (Can you show us your pre-revprop-change script? It doesn't take
> notice of the "action" parameter, does it? You don't have more than one
> "pre-revprop-change.*" script, or a "post-revprop-change.*" script that
> changes anything, do you?)
> Can you simplify your lowes-level bug report into a self-contained
> script that creates a repository, creates a hook script, and runs the
I can't reproduce the problem with file:/// access either. But I *can*
reproduce this against a https:// repository served with svn 1.4.6.
Repository hosted on Apache 2.0 on Vista Ultimate (don't know if that
makes a difference though).
All my pre-revprop-change.bat script does is:
echo "Changing revision properties prohibited" >&2
svn propdel svn:log https://192.168.2.5/svn/test/trunk --revprop -r HEAD
with svn.exe 1.5.0 returns:
property 'svn:log' deleted from repository revision 13
but the revprop was *not* deleted.
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Received on 2008-07-02 21:10:20 CEST