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Re: svn add ignoring versioned files (was: Re: Searching Properties)

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_newton.ch.collab.net>
Date: 2002-09-03 19:26:58 CEST

Colin D Bennett <cbennett@radsoft.com> writes:
> +1 on "svn add" ignoring already versioned files.
> It's very convenient to be able to add all your new files with "svn
> add -R *", and I can't think of a reason I care to be told if a file
> already exists in subversion.

Do you mean just 'svn add -R'? I can see why that should not error on
already-versioned objects, but if you do 'svn add -R *', that's
different -- it's explicitly naming some objects, so maybe it should
error if they're already versioned.

There's no issue about this for 'svn add' yet. There are issues for
'svn plist' (#774) and 'svn log' (#777). It would be fine to make one
for 'svn add', or to extend the existing issue for plist, but perhaps
first we should decide whether "*" changes the behavior...

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