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Version Control with Subversion
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Version Control with Subversion - svn propedit

Name

svn propedit — Edit the property of one or more items under version control.

Synopsis

svn propedit PROPNAME PATH...
svn propedit PROPNAME --revprop -r REV [URL]

Description

Edit one or more properties using your favorite editor. The first form edits versioned properties in your working copy, while the second edits unversioned remote properties on a repository revision.

Alternate Names

pedit, pe

Changes

Working copy, repository only if operating on a URL

Accesses Repository

Only if operating on a URL

Switches

--revision (-r) REV
--revprop
--username USER
--password PASS
--no-auth-cache
--non-interactive
--encoding ENC
--editor-cmd EDITOR
--config-dir DIR

Examples

svn propedit makes it easy to modify properties that have multiple values:

$ svn propedit svn:keywords  foo.c 
    <svn will launch your favorite editor here, with a buffer open
    containing the current contents of the svn:keywords property.  You
    can add multiple values to a property easily here by entering one
    value per line.>
Set new value for property 'svn:keywords' on 'foo.c'

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