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Re: How to make properties working on a complete project?

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2005_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2005-10-24 18:19:47 CEST

On Oct 24, 2005, at 16:52, Josť Moreira wrote:

>>>> I am using the svn:ignore property to hide the results of
>>>> compiler runs like *.obj and *.exe. The source folder structure
>>>> is quite complex, so I need to set the property at each
>>>> subfolder. :-(
>>>> I cannot use a global setting, since for some projects I need
>>>> to possibility to have those files in the repository (non-
>>>> ignored).
>>>> Is there a flag where I can tell subversion that a property
>>>> shall be valid for all subfolders, not only for the current
>>>> folder?
>>> Not that I'm aware of. You can either set the svn:ignore property
>>> for specific directories (and it then applies only to that
>>> directory, not recursively), or you can set the global-ignores
>>> configuration option, which then applies everywhere.
>> But you can apply the properties recursively: propset -R
>> That works for at least the existing directories. But when you add
>> new ones you need to set the properties again.
>> bye Fabi
> How about auto-props? in the user profile svn config?

auto-props work only on files, not on directories.


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