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Terminal - Add SVN keywords property to all PHP and Javascript files
find . \( -name "*.php" -o -name "*.js" \) -exec svn propset svn:keywords Id {} \;
2009-01-24 00:54:35
User: root
Functions: find
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Add SVN keywords property to all PHP and Javascript files

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