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From "Adam Lally" <ala...@alum.rpi.edu>
Subject Re: Patch - updating svn:ignore
Date Fri, 03 Nov 2006 16:22:22 GMT
I set them from Eclipse, but it was rather tedious (right click each
file in the synchronize view and say "add to svn:ignore").  svn
propset would probably be easier but I haven't tried it yet.  svn help
propset says the syntax would be:
svn propset svn:ignore <PROPVAL>

but PROPVAL is supposed to be a newline separated set of names to
ignore so it's not so convenient to enter that on the command line.
svn propset seems to also take a -F parameter that allows its input to
come from a file - maybe that's the right trick to use.


On 11/3/06, Thilo Goetz <twgoetz@gmx.de> wrote:
> Adam Lally wrote:
> > Unfortunately I found this in the SVN manual:
> >
> > You might also have noticed the non-standard way that
> > Subversion currently displays property differences.  You can
> > still run svn diff and redirect the output         to create a usable
> > patch file.  The patch         program will ignore property patches—as
> > a rule, it         ignores any noise it can't understand.  This does
> >      unfortunately mean that to fully apply a patch generated by
> >   svn diff, any property modifications will         need to be
> > applied by hand.
> <snip>
> Adam,
> I can apply the change manually.  How do I set the svn properties?  svn
> propset, I assume.  And then?
> Thanks,
> Thilo

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