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RE: directory properties changed?

From: Charles E. Doucette <cdoucette_at_med-learn.com>
Date: 2004-01-23 22:15:03 CET

E:\Inetpub\AbfpPhyPortal>svn diff -N my

Property changes on: my
Name: svn:ignore
   + _vti_cnf

Seeing as how this _vti_cnf is a FrontPage directory, we probably
would like to ignore it. So maybe I'll go ahead and commit it.

I didn't think anyone (including myself)
knew how to change those properties - so I'm quite surprised that
they've been changed. Could that have been changed automatically?

Finally, I believe the top-level directory (.) was also changed.
I want to just see what properties were changed in it.

When I type:

svn diff -N .

I get a diff for every changed file in the top-level directory
(not just the directory itself).
This appears to be a bug to me.

Is there a way to distinguish between:

1) Just the directory
2) The directory and all of the files within the directory
3) Subdirectories

Certainly, -N should prevent #3; but, I wanted it to just do #1
and it did #2.


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