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Re: Finding files *lacking* a property

From: Andrew Thompson <subversionuser_at_aktzero.com>
Date: 2005-04-18 15:34:11 CEST

Kenneth Porter wrote:
> I'm setting svn:eol-style in a large repository and I'd like to know
> which files lack this property so I can quickly spot new files added
> that failed to get this set. Can I do this with a svn command or do I
> need some fancy combinations of find and editor macros?

This might be the easiest to work with. It'll give you every property of
every item under your url.

svn proplist -R URL

This would get you every file that has your property set. You'd have to
parse the output and then compare that against the complete list of
files in your repository.

svn propget svn:eol-style -R URL

You could also check to see if the 1.2RC can do XML output of the
property functions.

Andrew Thompson
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Received on Mon Apr 18 15:39:13 2005

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