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RE: Unset automatic properties

From: Dale Worley <dworley_at_pingtel.com>
Date: 2005-02-03 16:59:50 CET

Thinking more about this...

If you've done much work on the code, I'd use this strategy:

Use "svn add" to create a WC of the original base code. Make sure the
properties are set right. Check it in as a branch.

Now use Subversion to merge any changes which have been checked in on the
original trunk into the branch which was created correctly. Since
Subversions property-driven manipulations aren't considered "changes", they
won't get carried over, but any user-edited changes will.

Now, users can "svn switch" their WCs from the original trunk to the new

At some point, you probably want to do a renaming to make the new trunk have
the original trunk's name.


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