Re: Cleaning up work area with svn
* Bas Mevissen <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2004-04-08 16:27]:
> There seems to be no command to clean up a working area with svn. By that I
> mean that there is no command to remove all files from a work area that are
> not under version control.
> The use of it? Well, if you've made changes to a project, you want to see if
> you have all files added to svn before committing. Otherwise, people might
> miss files when they checkout.
If you have files in your working directory that are not under revision
control, 'svn status' will show those with a ? in the first column. This
addresses the problem of knowing whether a file has been added before
committing... but I wasn't clear on what it means to "clean up" the
directory. Would you like the files to be automatically deleted, or
automatically added to revision control?
Michael W. Thelen
Never attribute to malice what can be adequately explained by stupidity.
-- Nick Diamos
Received on Fri Apr 9 01:04:41 2004
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