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

From: Scott Simpson <Scott.Simpson_at_computer.org>
Date: 2005-05-12 18:43:00 CEST

André Pönitz wrote:

> A brutish way would be to keep an extrea working copy checked out
>e.g. locally on the server and have a post commit script updating
>this working copy, making the necessary changes and committing it
>(of course the script needs to distinguish such 'automatic' commits
>from real ones).
I'm not quite sure if this would work since they are in two completely
separate sandboxes and Subversion may want to treat them as different
"transactions". I'm leaning towards another way. See my next message.

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