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difference between client API and svn command

From: Noel Grandin <noel_at_peralex.com>
Date: 2005-02-02 10:24:50 CET


Subversion version: 1.1.3

I'm trying to translate a perl script using the svn command line client to use the perl API.

Part of the script executes the following commands:
   svn copy $SVNURL/trunk $SVNURL/tags/$tagname -m "Tagging $tagname"
   svn propset svn:author --revprop -r HEAD $Author $SVNURL/trunk
   svn propset svn:date --revprop -r HEAD $Datum $SVNURL/trunk
Where the $ things are perl variables.

This works fine.

However, when I translate the above sequence of commands to use the perl API, I get:
   Bad property name: Revision property 'svn:author' not allowed in this context at pvcs2svn.pl line 513

Is there some magic that is happening in the svn command line client that does not translate directly into the client API?

    Noel Grandin

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