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Re: Multiple issues related to eol-style, tangently perhaps

From: Seth Daniel <subversion_at_sethdaniel.org>
Date: 2005-07-19 23:56:44 CEST


On Tue, Jul 19, 2005 at 03:20:23PM -0400, Vincent Starre wrote:
> The first issue is with propget/set- what I was using to check/set
> eol-style. If passed multiple arguments, propget dies as soon as it hits
> one which is not under version control. This should be a warning, not
> death. (directory with 500 files in it, 2 are not under version control,
> do I really want to type them all out or do I want to say * and ignore
> the warnings as they come?)

You didn't say what OS you were using. With the Bash shell on UNIX
systems that have Bash you can do something like this:

  svn propset svn:eol-style native $(svn ls)

This will only set the given property for those files that are under
version control and will not even look at other files. I won't comment
on whether the current behavior is good or not since I have no opinion.

Other shells probably have similar ways of doing what I did above. The
point being that you can use 'svn ls' to find just the files that are
under version control.

I don't really know anything about your other questions. Sorry.

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