The following script can be used to copy all SVN properties from one file (presumably a file that's already under SVN control) to another file (which you presumably want to put under SVN control, and which you want to check in with the same SVN properties).
#!/bin/sh ORIG=$1 ; shift ; [ -e "$ORIG" ] || exit ; for PROP in `svn pl "$ORIG" | sed -n '2,$p'` ; do VALUE=`svn pg $PROP "$ORIG"` ; for FILE ; do [ -e "$FILE" ] && svn ps $PROP "$VALUE" "$FILE" ; done done # That's it, Folks!
If you put the above code in a shell script called...
... then you can run it as follows if you want to copy all svn:* properties FROM original.file TO blegga:
pvdb@localhost ~ $ ./svnprops.sh original.file blegga property 'svn:mime-type' set on 'blegga' property 'svn:eol-style' set on 'blegga' pvdb@localhost ~ $ _
... or as follows for multiple target files:
pvdb@localhost ~ $ ./svnprops.sh another.original.file blegga foo bar property 'svn:mime-type' set on 'blegga' property 'svn:mime-type' set on 'foo' property 'svn:mime-type' set on 'bar' pvdb@localhost ~ $ _