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Re: About pre-revprop-change

From: eg <egoots_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 08 Sep 2008 09:34:30 -0700

watanabe_at_belldata.co.jp wrote:

> Please accept my dull question.
> In case, I want to change revision "1" and the place of the repository
> folder "REPO" is in C:\SVMTMP,
> I set "svn propset -r 1 --revprop svn:log "First import" C:\SVMTMP\REPO".
> Could you teach me where I execute this command from, ( DOS command
> prompt ?)

You need the pre-revprop-change hook set up for the above to work.

An alternative would be to use svnadmin from the server side as follows:

svnadmin setlog REPOS_PATH -r N FILE --bypass-hooks

where REPOS_PATH is the repository location, N is the revision number
whose log message you wish to change, and FILE is a file containing the
new log message.
If you have a pre-revprop-change hook installed, you dont need to
provide the --bypass-hooks switch.

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