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RE: Re: Autoprops don't always work when committing non-versioned files

From: Thierry Vergote <thierry.vergote_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 15 Sep 2010 05:35:50 -0700 (PDT)


I reread the tortoise help, and it says about the project properties it says "A property setting deeper in the project hierarchy overrides settings on higher levels (closer to trunk/).", so i don't think the properties are always meant to apply to the whole project ?

On my specific project i have a subdirectory with binary files, and one with plain ascii files. I don't want to apply the $Id$ keyword substitution on the binary files so it seems logical to apply the autoprops only on the directory containing the ascii files. (both directories contain files without extension, so i can't use the extension to make the distinction either)

Also : this behavior is not consistent: If I right-click "add" on the trunk and add new files in a subfolder, then the autoprops of the subfolder are applied, but when right-clicking "Commit" on the trunk and adding files like this, then the autoprops of trunk are applied...

If this is really by design, i would propose to mention this more clearly in the helpfiles, because to me at least this was not clear.


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