How can I revert one of several properties on a directory from svn command line?
My svn trunk has a property svn:externals to import an external repo.
/trunk svn:external = /external/trunk
When I set up a new branch foo, the external is changed to point to a branch as well:
/branches/foo svn:external = /external/branches/foo
Sometimes when I merge a branch back into the trunk, that property gets copied over and I end up with:
/trunk svn:external = /external/branches/foo
Normally I could run
svn revert . --depth=empty to undo the property merge, but there are other properties on the dir that would be reverted as well, specifically
svn:mergeinfo. From my GUI client I can revert individual properties pretty easily, but I don't always remember to do so. Is there a way to do the same thing directly from svn cmd line, or do I need to write some crazy wrapper for
svn propget to get and undo the diff?