Von: Caio [mailto:fgiacomelli_at_gmail.com]
> I have a big folder tree, with tons of GB and files.
> I just want to set up an svn where I can upload few files, some that
> i.e. in my root/X/Y/Z/, some in root/H/K/L/M/, etc..., but I would
> replicate my folder tree on svn so when I want to commit the new
> can simply do it using the commit function under the root tree,
> worry of every single file.
> I've seen that using the import function of my tortoise client it
> upload all the files under my directory into the svn, but it's not
> And it's not reasonable to keep an exclusion list, because the files
> too much.
> How can I do it?
Search the subversion documentation for how to do an in-place import.
This way, you can add just the files and directories you need.
(Maybe it's worth the effort to put the other files into svn:ignore. :-)
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