File Attributes

File attributes with SVN counterparts

Name (same) File name
Revision (same) Current revision of the file
Local State Schedule Textual representation of the local state of the file
Lock Lock Owner Lock state of the file (see Locks)
Last Rev. Last Changed Rev. Revision in which this file has been committed
Last Changed Last Changed Date Time of the last commit of the file
Text Updated Text Last Updated Time of the last (local) update of the file’s text; this attribute is set when the content of a file has been changed by an SVN command.
Props Updated Properties Last Updated Time of the last (local) update of the file’s properties; this attribute is set when the properties of a file have been changed by an SVN command.
Last Author Last Changed Author Last author, i.e. who performed the last commit on the file
Type svn:mime-type The file’s type (see MIME-Type)
EOL svn:eol-style End-Of-Line Type of the file (see EOL-Style)
Keyw. svn:keywords Keyword substitution options of the file (see Keyword Substitution)
Needs Lock svn:needs-lock Whether the file should be locked before working (see Change ‘Needs Lock’)
Executable svn:executable Whether the file has the Executable-Property set (see Executable-Property)
Merge Info svn:mergeinfo Whether the file has the Merge Info-Property set (see Merge Info): None for no Merge Info set, Empty for an empty Merge Info or Present for non-empty Merge Info.
Copy From Copy From URL/Rev Location and URL from which this file has been copied (locally). This value is only present if the file is in Copied state

File attributes without SVN counterparts

Remote State Remote state of the file (see Remote State)
Ext. The file’s extension
Relative Directory Parent directory of the file relative to the selected directory
File Time The local time of the file
Attrs. Local file attributes: R for read-only and H for hidden
Size The local size of the file
Branch The tag/branch to which the file is currently switched. For details, refer to  Tag-Branch-Layout.
Change Set The Change Set to which the file belongs.


Certain table columns require access to additional file system files when scanning the file system and therefore slow down scanning. The note within the View|Table Columns dialog tells you which columns these are.