On 04.08.2005 13:42:04 Chris Bowditch wrote: > Jeremias Maerki wrote: > > > Hehe. Right mouse button on a file, select "Properties" and go the the > > "Subversion" tab. There, you can set the properties per file. AFAIK, > > TortoiseSVN doesn't support batch operations in this area. > > Yes I've found it (I was looking under the SVN sub menu before). You > check the recursive check box when viewing a top level folder to have > all files and sub folders processed.
D'oh, I'm using TortoiseSVN for such a long time that I didn't even see that new checkbox being introduced. > > > > I've used the command-line: > > svn propset svn:keyword "Author Date Id Revision" *.xml > > svn propset svn:eol-style native *.xml > > svn commit -m "blah" > > > > much easier. > > > > BTW, I didn't find out why certain files didn't carry the properties. I > > wish there was a way to easily fix the most common properties (*.xml, > > *.java). > > Isn't it just new files that don't have these properties by default. I > guess it's up to the committers to add the properties when they create a > new file. Well, I added most of the test cases in there and I've never paid attention to this. Maybe Subclipse adds this automatically or something like that. I will pay attention next time I add a test case. Jeremias Maerki