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Re: Setting Properties on Commit

From: <trlists_at_clayst.com>
Date: 2004-11-30 19:05:14 CET

On 30 Nov 2004 Patrick Smears wrote:

> You could use 'svn status' to determine what *will* be committed, and then
> set the properties on those files prior to the actual commit. Would that
> work for you?

Yes, of course. I missed that one. All I have to do is do propsets on
anything with an M or A in the first column.

Now, here's an oddity ... why is it that if I do an svn status from the
top-level directory that's under version control (corresponds to the
top level in the repository) then I get (amid all the '?'s):

M live\html\test1.php

for the file I changed as a test, and if I do it from the live subdir I

M html\test1.php

but if I do it from the live\html subdir I get no output??? The same
is true for svn list -R. Neither one works at the lowest level. What
am I missing here??

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