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SVN sync ever resolved?

From: JP Vossen <jp_at_jpsdomain.org>
Date: 2005-10-03 08:05:55 CEST

Was the idea/question of an 'svn sync' or 'svn guess'
ever resolved?

I found nothing while poking around in the 1.2.3 tarball, esp. contribs,
and nothing jumps out at me from 'svn help' or Google. Am I missing

My reason is that I use Subversion for /etc/ directories, and a major pain
is that when you install or remove a package, a ton of stuff changes in
/etc, esp. /etc/rc*.

However, since 'svn st' gives a parsable status of what has changed, a bit
of shell code can do the 'svn add' and 'svn del' for you. I have bare
bones proof-of-concept sh code, and will probably improve it for my own
amusement. (I know, sick, ain't it? :)

Has this already been solved and I just missed it? If not, does anyone
still care and want the code?

I'm not a list member, so please copy of me replies.

JP Vossen, CISSP |:::======| jp{at}jpsdomain{dot}org
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