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Version Control with Subversion
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Version Control with Subversion - svnlook proplist

Name

svnlook proplist — Print the names and values of versioned file and directory properties.

Synopsis

svnlook proplist REPOS_PATH [PATH_IN_REPOS]

Description

List the properties of a path in the repository. With --verbose, show the property values too.

Alternate Names

pl, plist

Switches

--revision (-r)
--transaction (-t)
--verbose (-v)
--revprop

Examples

This shows the names of properties set on the file /trunk/README in the HEAD revision:

$ svnlook proplist /usr/local/svn/repos /trunk/README
  original-author
  svn:mime-type

This is the same command as in the previous example, but this time showing the property values as well:

$ svnlook --verbose proplist /usr/local/svn/repos /trunk/README
  original-author : fitz
  svn:mime-type : text/plain

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