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Re: Forcing commit of unmodified file

From: Larry Martell <larry.martell_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-06-13 15:20:43 CEST

On 6/13/07, Arnauld Van Muysewinkel <arnauldvm@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello there.
> Is there any way of forcing the commit of a file that has not been modified?
> (Like with -f switch of CVS)
> Is there any trick to use? Is it impossible without patching SVN? Any
> workaround is welcome too.
> The workaround of making a dummy modification (like adding a space) is
> not OK, since it cannot always be used (for example with binary
> files).
> The primary reason why I want to do that is to add some missing log
> comment to a current revision. (But maybe there is an alternate way of
> doing this, which I would be happy to hear about.)

You can edit the svn:log property with "svn propedit svn:log --revprop ..."


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