I run and administer my svn repo on a linux server and the clients use
winXP. I suppose I could install python on my windows dsktop and tweak the
script and run it against my WC? Do you think having lost the auto
properties on a certain file is causing Anthill to detect no change? I'm
running out of options and possibilities about why this one project is not
building. it runs under Ant. it runs under anthill if I force a build
manually but not during nightly automation! So I figured to post in svn
group to see or rule out if it's the missing auto props that is causing
Thank you for your help.
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From: "Andy Levy" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Res Pons" <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: Missing Auto Properties or Meta Data
Date: Sat, 22 Jul 2006 14:17:39 -0400
On 7/22/06, Res Pons <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>Also is there a bug reported in Subversion where folks lose their auto
>properties? Is there a script where I can set a cronjob to run nightly to
>check for files missing their meta data and the script auto matically
Check out svn_apply_autoprops.py. You'll need to either tweak it to
point it at a specific svn config file w/ the right auto-props, or run
it under a user account that has one.
Basically it just runs through the whole WC and applies whatever
autoprops you have to every file in the WC. Those that already had
the properties set don't appear any different to svn, so you shouldn't
end up with a massive commit.
I run this script manually on my WC to cover any properties that we
don't have due to developer setups missing the auto-props I set up for
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