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Re: browsing repository, xsl problems

From: Dirk <bigengineer_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-04-14 12:23:32 CEST

On 4/14/05, Hunkel, Manfred <M.Hunkel@t-systems.com> wrote:
> You didn't tell us which client(s) you're using...

Sorry, I didn't think it would matter. I use rapidsvn most of the
time. I just discovered that I can change the property with rapidsvn
and this works! But, I don't want to change every file manually.
Shouldn't the subversion config file take care of mime-types of newly
added files? Or is that a wrong assumption, is this only meant for the
svn client itself instead of the server?

> Why not consult http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.1/ch07s02.html?
> There, you'll find everything about properties you ever wanted to know...
I was so focussed on an xsl solution which probably doesn't exist that
I just overlooked this part in the svnbook.

Just to make clear why I want this working:
At this moment the repository is quite small and there are not so many
parts inside. When I think subversion is the way to go and I make the
transition there will be a lot of parts which have names that can't be
long enough to describe what kind of part it is. So, a screenshot of
the part will give an impression of the part you're dealing with. Even
better would be an html index file with thumbnails. Anyway, saving a
part should automatically generate a screenshot which you can then
view with your browser. At the end of day, when you constructed an
assembly with 100 parts you don't want to manually change the
properties of all the screenshots of these 100 parts.


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