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Version Control with Subversion
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Version Control with Subversion - svn proplist

Name

svn proplist — List all properties.

Synopsis

svn proplist [TARGET[@REV]...]
svn proplist --revprop -r REV [URL]

Description

List all properties on files, directories, or revisions. The first form lists versioned properties in your working copy, while the second lists unversioned remote properties on a repository revision.

Alternate Names

plist, pl

Changes

Working copy, repository only if operating on a URL

Accesses Repository

Only if operating on a URL

Switches

--verbose (-v)
--recursive (-R)
--revision (-r) REV
--quiet (-q)
--revprop
--username USER
--password PASS
--no-auth-cache
--non-interactive
--config-dir DIR

Examples

You can use proplist to see the properties on an item in your working copy:

$ svn proplist foo.c
Properties on 'foo.c':
  svn:mime-type
  svn:keywords
  owner

But with the --verbose flag, svn proplist is extremely handy as it also shows you the values for the properties:

$ svn proplist --verbose foo.c
Properties on 'foo.c':
  svn:mime-type : text/plain
  svn:keywords : Author Date Rev
  owner : sally

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