Re: svn log vs. svn proplist
On 2004-06-14 15:35:16 -0500, Ken Johnson wrote:
> "svn proplist" with no path arguments seems to be
> a no-op. "svn proplist *" tries to show properties
> for all files in the current directory, which outputs
> an error message and stops when it finds a file
> which is not under version control (like emacs
> backup files -- .py~, etc.)
> I can display the properties of files under version
> control with
> svn list | xargs -iXX svn proplist "XX"
> but I confess this was not the first thing I tried.
"svn proplist" with no args gets the proplist for the current directory.
If you would like to see the properties defined for every file and
directory in a working copy, try "svn proplist -R" This will recursively
descend into child directories as well. AFAIK there is no svn option to
get just the properties of files in the current directory
Received on Mon Jun 14 22:48:27 2004
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