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Adding forgotten files to a svn repository

From: Adam Warner <lists_at_consulting.net.nz>
Date: 2002-11-05 14:36:13 CET

Hi all,

I'm very impressed with svn, thanks.

If you've been a dunce and added a number of additional files to a number
of different directories in a checked out repository without remembering
to "add" those files as you created them, what is the best way to get them
all into the repository?

And in situations where you routinely add files (e.g. web server content),
is there a way for subversion to automatically commit new files? Perhaps
its a misuse of subversion to want to also use it as an incremental backup
strategy. Without new files automatically added to the repository it's
easy to overlook that a file hasn't been backed up.

Thanks,
Adam

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