Subversion can maintain extra info against a file or directory in the way of properties, this doesn’t affect the contents of the file, but can have an effect on the file locally.
svn command line to either delete, edit, get, list all properties, or set a property on a file or a directory
propdel (pdel, pd) propedit (pedit, pe) propget (pget, pg) proplist (plist, pl) propset (pset, ps)
This is end of line style in text files. It must be one of
For unix, use
LF. For DOS/Windows, user
This is useful if you’re writing shell scripts for unix but you are editing the file on Windows.
This is for keyword expansion. e.g. if you set
Revision as part of the value, then
$Revision $ will be
automatically expanded in the source code by your editor.
This is set on a directory. It contains a list of files or directories that will not be checked into
subversion. It is useful if your build will generate files that you do not want in subversion. An example would
be everything in the
target directory created by maven. In your project directory, set
svn:ignore property to value
If there are still files not being ignored, check you haven’t checked them into subversion.
svn info target will tell if the
target directory was
You can use the
* wildcard to match any string.