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Re: Can you set properties on a file without having it checked out?

From: Hari Kodungallur <hkodungallur_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-05-12 02:40:57 CEST

My understanding was that you don't modify the transaction in any of
the hook scripts, pre or post.

The easiest way to set it is using the subversion client configuration
files where there is a way to set properties automatically using the
[auto-props] section. However, this change will be needed on each
client (each user that is checking in)

On 5/11/05, Scott Simpson <Scott.Simpson@computer.org> wrote:

> The warning box just says not to do it in the post-commit hook. That is
> fine. I could move it to the pre-commit hook and then it would be part
> of the same transaction and the user wouldn't be out of date. However,
> as you said, "svn propset" doesn't seem to work on the server side.
> Any suggestions about how to attach Change Request data to a set of
> files then? Has anyone broached this subject yet?

Hari Kodungallur
SpikeSource Inc
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