RE: switch to ignore files that have not been checked in?
> I'm trying to add properties to a bunch of files that have a common file
> extension, but are not the only files in the directory/directories.
> I would like to run something like:
> svn propset svn:needs-lock '*' *.png *.jpg *.vsd
> The problem is that I have a number of temporary files in the working directory
> that match the pattern but are not and should not be checked in. The problem
> with using the convenience of shell patterns is that subversion aborts as soon as
> it processes a file that is not already checked in. It also aborts even if a file or
> directory has the svn:ignore property set.
> I don't know of an easy way to match all the files that match a shell pattern and
> are also already checked in. (Which would be a clunky workaround for not
> having the following:)
> I'd like to use a switch such as:
> svn --ignore-non-checked-in-files propset svn:needs-lock '*' *.png *.jpg *.vsd
> Does such a switch already exist? Such a switch would tell subversion
> commands to silently ignore files and directories that have not been checked
> in. The opposite already exists. If I run svn add *.png, the "svn add" command
> runs, but complains harmlessly if a file has already been checked in. "svn add"
> does not halt if it encounters a file that has already been checked in.
Can you not just do a clean checkout and run the command. This way there won't be any un-versioned files.
Received on 2012-01-12 16:23:33 CET
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