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?Bug? in Subversion when setting properties

From: Carmela Stuart <c.stuart_at_CableLabs.com>
Date: 2005-01-07 02:35:19 CET

I am running a Subversion server (version 1.1.1) on Solaris 8 with
Apache 2.0.52. I'm using the TortoiseSVN client (also version 1.1.1)
and I updated the config file on my local machine to enable the
auto-props feature. The changes in my config file are:
 
[miscellany]
enable-auto-props = yes
 
[auto-props]
*.test = svn:keywords=Id
 
so that new files being added or imported into the repository ending in
".test" that contain the string $Id are substituted with the value of
svn:keywords:Id.
 
When I use the TortoiseSVN client to add a new file (example.test) to
the repository and commit the file (which is just a text file), my local
working copy is updated and the $Id$ string in that file is replaced by
 
$Id: example.test 64 2005-01-07 01:11:51Z c.stuart@cablelabs.com $
 
which is what I am expecting. However, if I try to view this file after
it is committed to the repository using just my web browser and not the
TortoiseSVN client, the substitution is not there. The original $Id$ is
still in the example.test file when viewed using only the web browser.
 
I find this very strange and would appreciate any insight into this
problem. Note that a commit of normal textual changes to the file
appear just fine when viewed with a browser.
 
Thanks,
 
Carmela
 
Received on Fri Jan 7 02:37:45 2005

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