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Re: need smarter add/remove

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-04-15 21:34:22 CEST

John Taber <jtaber@johntaber.net> writes:
> using SVN on debian - it's running well - like it more than CVS,
> especially log reporting. But it would be so much better if when
> committing - the program would check for any new files or removed
> files in the working directory - it is way too easy to overlook and
> not specifically add or remove a file in SVN after using cut, copy or
> paste in a file manager (ie Konqueror). It would be nice if the
> program could perform a check and then prompt something like: Found 2
> new files: foo3.cpp foo3.h Do you wish to add to repository? (Y/N)
> I know this can be done manually using status,etc, but the more smarts
> we can add - the less bugs and mistakes we'll make. thks.

Generally we've been against adding unpredictable interactivity to
Subversion, for reasons you can probably guess :-). However, you
could implement this with a wrapper script pretty easily...


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