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Re: SVN Unversioned/Non-atomic Commits?

From: Lorenz <lorenznl_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-11-10 08:24:02 CET


>However, the same atomic commits are causing me a headache. My CVS
>auto-building scripts use a small dot-file in the directory for every
>project to keep track of when things were last built, versions of
>certain libraries on the build machine, and other such metadata.
>This was not a problem with CVS, but with SVN, whenever such a file is
>checked in (up to 10 times a day), the version of the whole directory
>structure gets bumped and real log messages will get somewhat lost in
>all the noise.

perhaps you could use revprops (svn propget/set --revprop -r0 ...) to
store your data.

If you don't need the data per revision you could use -r0.

But ... as the name says, revprops are properties of a revision and
not of a file/directory.


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