On 17.09.2010 20:17, Bob Archer wrote:
>>> I think at some point a fix was made so properties with certain
>> line endings don't work any more. This issue broke alot of svnsync
>> setups. You probably need to edit the properties and make sure
>> they have the correct line terminator on them. What editor are you
>> using to create your properties?
>> I haven't used any editor to set my properties. I used TortoisSVN
>> all the time and it worked pretty well. Whenever I had to set some
>> new properties like for our bugtracker I saved the file using
>> TortoisSVN as a template for me. And loaded it many times later for
>> other repos.
>> As mentioned before it has been working a long time without any
>> problems, but now I cannot save and load files. Loading of earlier
>> created svnprops files is still ok, they are binary.
> I don't know what you mean by "they are binary"? svn properties are
> textual information added to either a version or a revisions
> depending on the property. What is an "svnprop file"???
Actually, properties can even be images (if you want that). Only the
official svn:* properties are defined to be text in utf8. If you use
custom properties, you can add anything you want.
And that's why the export file format TSVN uses is also binary.
In the properties dialog, you can select properties and click on the
"export" button, which will then save those selected properties as a
binary file with *.svnprops extension.
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