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Re: Apply svn diff patch for SVN properties

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2008b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Tue, 24 Jun 2008 16:32:34 -0500

On Jun 24, 2008, at 04:22, Schmidt András wrote:

> I want to create an svn diff using the command:
> $ svn diff >mypatch.diff
> and then apply it to another working copy.
> I have searched the Internet how to do that and found that I have
> to use the patch command line tool for applying the patch (So the
> patch generated by svn diff is the same that the diff command line
> tool would generate).
> I apply the patch with the command:
> $ patch -p0 <mypatch.diff
> ...and it just works. Nice. The only problem I have is that it only
> patches files, but does not patch SVN properties. For example I add
> a folder to SVN ignore then the created patch will contain an entry
> on the changed property. Though the patch command will not change
> that property on the working copy.
> Is there a patch applying solution that also patches SVN properties?

No, there isn't.

I believe that's this request:


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