Is a svn propset still set on a svn export with --force flag option?
Is a svn propset still set on a svn export? or does the export also remove any propset settings? To my understanding the export with the --force flag removes all the .svn directories but do the propset settings still apply?
Is there an option to keep and/or remove these?
Sometimes I forget to svn update before package when I work with my colleague on same project. Can I force svn update whenever I do a maven package?
I'd like to use Git SVN for project at my company where we use SVN. However build scripts there retrieve some SVN information from working copy (state of WC, current revision, ...) either via svn bina
im writing a bash script to update the WWW ROOT on production server from SVN basically i've a working copy of the whole codebase outside the webroot. first i will do an svn update to get the latest v
I am facing a problem of syncing two svn servers (one inside and one outside of the firewall). After googling around I found out that svn-git is probably the best alternative. So the plan is to have
We have 2 directories in an SVN repository containing same subdirectory structure. As part of our (primitive) deployment scripts, we svn export the first one into a local directory, followed by an svn
How do I invoke svn propset in an svn hook? My svn repo allows change wrong svn:log properties. It is implemented with default pre-revprop-change template. I want to modify default pre-revprop-change
I have a number of files that I checked into SVN without having set up their Mime types correctly. SVN initially classified them as binary. I've since set their Mime type in SVN via propset to text/p
I just found out this nice SVN option that would be very useful on our project, but yet again I'm having problems integrating it with word files, .docx to be exact. I am using Tortoise client. If I cr
I want to get only specific files using svn command line utlity. I've a batch script that gets only specific files from vss, using ss tool of vss. In vssthe command is: ss get *.c I need similar func
Note: I have read through the last 150 svn commit error questions and none of the answers solved my problem. I'm trying to set up a simple svn server from which I can checkout and to which I can commi
I'm trying to ignore the file img/test.jpg from being followed by SVN. Prompted by this question I have tried the command: svn propset svn:ignore img/test.jpg . Instead of ignoring img/test.jpg, SV
I have a SVN repository and I used: git svn clone <svn url> I have also created a repository on github. So every time I push the changes to github I would also commit the changes back to SVN.
I want to update SVN property svn:needs-lock on all files in a directory structure inside repository using svn command in Sun Solaris. If I set it at trunk files, then while creating branch will it
I have multiple svn code repositories. How do I specify which repository I would like a file or folder to be added to ? Something like svn add file.php -r repository1 where i would set a flag in order
I have cloned an SVN repository from work using git-svn. During the initial cloning, I provided an SVN authors file. When I did the initial clone, git set the authorsfile as an absolute path. However,
I am having some issue with some SVN users where they get the following message Access to '/SVN/[repo name]/!svn/me' forbidden I am having some issues figuring out the root cause of it. The current se
I'm working with other developers using SVN. I'm new on SVN and I would like to understand better how is the best to use SVN. At moment we have: __ branch developer 1 Project 1 /___ branch developer
I use TortoiseSVN 1.7.7, Build 22907 - 64 Bit and my OS is Windows 7 - 64 Bit and having an issue with the Add folder option. In repository browser window, if I right click, I am presented with a menu
I followed this tutorial to setup SVN on my Fedora box http://www.ashishkulkarni.com/installing-subversion-on-fedora-linux/ It worked. However, there is no trunk, tags or branches when I set this up.
I have a rather large svn centralized repository we use with my team. Now I want to use git(-svn) locally, so I made a git-svn clone. This worked fine, but the git-svn clone took a very long time to c
I'm new with SVN, and I was given a branch that I have connected to with http://versionsapp.com/ However, I'm confused on how to get the files locally. Do I need to export them or checkout? I want to
I just started to learn SVN. Please give me your advice to understand below basic theory. The svn copy and svn move command have an option called --parents. It says without --parents option, it would
I have reverted my last accidental SVN commit with svn merge -r COMMITTED:PREV . It looks like the files are Ok now but I still see that accidental commit in svn log. Is it Ok? Can I remove my last co
I have looked around Stackoverflow and there has been a lot of really useful qustions and comments written about website deployment using SVN. It seems to boil down to whether you use 'export and rsyn
Is it possible to export an SVN directory while ignoring certain file extensions? (Say, .cpp?) I need to export my header files, which contain my library's symbols, to some other folder where I'll zip
I need to attach custom metadata to my source files that at tracked via Mercurial. The svn properties commands are exactly what I need. Is there a mercurial extension that provides commands similar to
When I run svn update on staging I get: -bash-3.2$ svn update svn: Working copy '.' locked svn: run 'svn cleanup' to remove locks (type 'svn help cleanup' for details) -bash-3.2$ svn cleanup svn: Erro
So let's say I've changed my sticky depth of a working copy directory to 'immediates', with svn update --set-depth immediates my_dir (Something related to sparse dirs.) How do I determine this stat
I'm having an issue with an svn repository that has been working just fine up to now. I am getting the error svnadmin: Can't set position pointer in file 'repository/db/revs/0/783': Invalid argument
I added the $Rev$ tag and invoked svn propset on a set of files during my project. The revision number that shows up is $Rev: 8 $ but during checkout it says I am on Revision 10. I think the $Rev$ cou
Can find be used in SVN Subverion Client 1.7.2. svn list --verbose -R https://svn.nam.nsroot.net:9050/svn/33561/OpicsPlus/Opics/trunk/ > Q:\Users\Dinesh\Change_Control\TortoiseSVN\commands\dj_tru
I have set the following rule for my project in a specific svn dir (in root before adding new files just a clean checkout): */bin */obj *.user *.suo After that I have copied some visual studio projec
I want to set up an svn repository on my Ubuntu desktop that may be accessed from the outside (over the internet). Any recommended tutorials? I have looked around but get stuck with most of them...
I have some files in my SVN repository that I would like to have execute permissions. When I check them into the repository with 755 permissions and run an svn export, the resulting files have 644 per
I run this command from the command line: svn diff -r 90:93 URL --username name --password password --summarize It keeps telling me that --summarize is unknown. Why? I searched the net and its being
Eclipse users use Team Project Set Files to define a set of Eclipse projects. Is there a corresponding feature or plugin for IntelliJ IDEA?
I'm looking for the best way to run a nightly script that exports a set of files from a SVN Repository to a local directory. When the export finishes, copy the contents of the local directory to sever
I'm trying to recursively add properties to all files with a wildcard. File structure as below D:>dir *.bob /s/b D:\Source\key-test\test.bob D:\Source\key-test\test2.bob D:\Source\key-test\sub\tes
The environment variables %SVN_REVISION% and %SVN_URL% aren't set when I use a SVN repository running on a Virtual SVN server. All other SVN interaction work fine, e.g. checkout and change detection.
I used windows security to block to users the option of deleting files from the server on SVN clients. (right-click on the repository dir, and security options). now I want to commit a local directory
When trying to merge a branch into trunk with svn merge $SVN_ROOT/trunk@HEAD $SVN_ROOT/branches/foo@HEAD I get the following error: svn: '/' is not a working copy Do I need a working copy?
Like the title says, we upgraded our VS2008 solution to VS2010 and checked in the updated solution file to SVN. When I update my local SVN with the changes, and open the solution in VS2010, I still ge
I am trying to compile this package, however after executing make runuhttpd, I get the following error: svn co svn://svn.openwrt.org/openwrt/branches/backfire/package/uhttpd/src uhttpd-src svn: Can't
When I run the following command svn copy http://host/svn/someproject/trunk \ http://host/svn/someproject/tags/uteeni -madding externals I get a svn: Cannot mix repository and working copy sources e
I am trying to create and remove a folder in my local working copy. These below are my steps: $ mkdir jander $ svn add jander A jander $ svn rm jander svn: Use --force to override this restriction sv
I'm currently developing a website using PHP/MySQL using Adobe Dreamweaver and has been asked to use a form of version control like SVN. I'm currently on a shared host Hostgator, how do I go about set
I've deleted many files from my local copy which were present in different sub directories of main directory. I want to remove all the locally deleted files from my SVN repository also. If I'm checkin
Using svn.exe export for a an old revision where the filepath has since changed - I get E160013 path not found - yet I can clearly see the file at its old path when I use Tortoise repo-browser to th
I am trying to setup SVN authorization (authentication works fine already) and my AuthzSVNAccessFile looks like the following: [groups] todos = user1, user2 proj = user1 [/] @todos = r [/myproj] @proj
From the little I understand, svn 1.5 provides much better support for merge operations. So I'm considering upgrading from svn 1.4. The repository sits in a local file (more or less), and I use svn fr