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Re: strange properties behavior in tortoise svn (1.6 and 1.6.1)

From: Jean-Marc van Leerdam <j.m.van.leerdam_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 16 Apr 2009 21:01:19 +0200

Hi Geoffrey,

2009/4/16 Greene, Geoffrey N <geoffrey.n.greene_at_boeing.com>:
> I'm playing around with merging in my sandbox.  I've branched and merged a
> single file.
> Right click on the file, go to properties->and pull up the subversion
> properties.  I see two properties.  ClearCaseRevision and svn:mergeinfo.
> Logical.  Now go to tortoise svn->show log.
> right click the latest revsion number, and go to Show Revision properties
> The properties I see listed there are svn:date and svn:log.
> I don't see svn:mergeinfo or ClearCaseRevision.  Why the difference?

There is a difference between svn file properties and svn revision
properties. The file properties are attached to the file and are
versioned (i.e. changes to them get committed when you commit). The
revision properties are attached to the revision, filled automatically
by subversion and are not versioned (i.e. if the admin allows it they
can be changed, but then their previous value is lost).

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Received on 2009-04-16 21:01:59 CEST

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