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

From: Colin D Bennett <cbennett_at_radsoft.com>
Date: 2002-09-03 19:59:13 CEST

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Does anyone see a problem with simply ignoring files, even if explicitly
specified (as with "svn add -R *" or "svn add *")? I wouldn't mind svn
silently ignoring already-added files.

On Tuesday 03 September 2002 10:26 am, Karl Fogel wrote:
> 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.
> ...

- --
Colin D. Bennett <cbennett@radsoft.com>
[ RADSoft: Rapid Engineering Specialists ]
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