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howto ONLY commit a property of a directory?

From: Kees Kuip <keeskuip_at_xs4all.nl>
Date: 2006-12-29 22:46:30 CET

I have a directory where I have done:
bash> svn propedit svn:ignore .

With that I changed a property of directory '.'
In that directory there is also a file 'A.txt' that is changed but
should not yet be committed.

How can I now commit ONLY the property?

If I do 'svn commit .' then also file A.txt is committed.
Does anybody know this? I searched the manual but I couldn't find it.

Best Regards,
Kees Kuip

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