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Re: Tracking public trees & private mods

From: David Summers <david_at_summersoft.fay.ar.us>
Date: 2002-06-13 17:00:26 CEST

On Thu, 13 Jun 2002, Vladimir Prus wrote:

> Blair Zajac wrote:
> > If you wanted to track an open-source project, say APR, but keep
> > a set of modifications private, then you could create a svn tree,
> > check out the CVS APR inside the svn tree and check in everything,
> > including the CVS directories. Then tracking APR is easy, just cvs
> > update, merge any conflicts between the local mods and the APR updates,
> > and finally svn commit.
>
> Except that if a file is added in APR, you can very easily forget to run
> "svn add" for it. However, I have a Python code which can read both CVS and
> SVN entries file, so one day I might write a script to automate such adding.
>
> - Volodya

What I did was do a "svn st" which showed me the new files and "svn add"ed
them.

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