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Re: RFC: a list of all known properties

From: Sander Striker <striker_at_apache.org>
Date: 2004-03-18 09:14:41 CET

On Thu, 2004-03-18 at 04:25, Ross Mark wrote:
> Jani Averbach wrote:
> >Would you like to post it again as an attachment? That would be
> >marvelous.
> >
> Done. The only difference between this version and the original is that
> it doesn't generate an error message if a file didn't have a
> file:permissions property (the actual error was from the chmod and chown
> calls).

Ok, only one teensy little problem: the script contains no license. And
given that by default all rights are pretty much reserved...

> >Moreover, I am interested in hearing what kind of name you would
> >choose for properties today if your hands were not bound?
> >
> If I was rewriting the script now I would put the properties under the
> "asvn" name space, so it was obvious that were all associated with the
> script. However if there our thoughts of using the same properties in
> other tools then possibly a different name space may be more
> appropriate, but then again I like the term Archive SVN so maybe asvn
> isn't so bad :->
> >
> >Secondly, in the original thread, Sander was willing to put your
> >script in /contrib, so this time that would even happen, if there aren't
> >any concerns among other developers. =)

Please post it to dev@.

> Since posting the script I've had a few inquiries from people wanting to
> use it so I think there is some demand for something like this.


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