And if the versioning support stopped there, Subversion would still be complete from a version control perspective. In addition to versioning your directories and files, Subversion provides interfaces for adding, modifying, and removing versioned metadata on each of your versioned directories and files.We refer to this metadata as , and they can be thought of as two-column tables that map property names to arbitrary values attached to each item in your working copy.
And the best part about these properties is that they, too, are versioned, just like the textual contents of your files.
We've already covered in detail how Subversion stores and retrieves various versions of files and directories in its repository.
Whole chapters have been devoted to this most fundamental piece of functionality provided by the tool.
Now open the properties on the user having the issue and select the “Security” tab.
Under this tab will be windows with user accounts listed and a “Advanced button” at the bottom.