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Re: svn and shell scripts: managing properties

From: Marc Haisenko <haisenko_at_comdasys.com>
Date: 2006-03-10 12:01:26 CET

On Friday 10 March 2006 11:25, Jan Warnking wrote:
> - a minor annoyance of the proplist command is that it cannot be asked
> to omit the first line, which reads "Properties on 'mypath':" and which
> does not actually contain property names. I expected either the --quiet
> or the --non-interactive switch to do that for me. The former does not
> exist for propedit, the latter doesn't change the output. This makes
> scripts unnecessarily cumbersome. I'm not really good at shellscripts
> yet, so any code snipped stripping that line from the output would be
> appreciated.

As work around you can use "tail +2": it gives you everything after (and
including) line 2, so you can do:
# command | tail +2
# tail +2 <file


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