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Re: 1.7.x bug - svn add no longer accepts wildcards?

From: Branko Čibej <brane_at_xbc.nu>
Date: Tue, 30 Nov 2010 10:18:07 +0100

On 30.11.2010 05:32, Daniel Becroft wrote:
> Hi,
>
> During testing of a 1.7.x build, I've noticed that 'svn add' on trunk no
> longer accepts wildcards:
>
> svn 1.6.x:
> D:\temp\svn_sandpit\workingcopy\trunk\A>echo 1111111 1>alpha.txt
> D:\temp\svn_sandpit\workingcopy\trunk\A>echo 1111111 1>beta.txt
> D:\temp\svn_sandpit\workingcopy\trunk\A>svn add *.txt
> A alpha.txt
> A beta.txt
>
> Whereas 1.7.x gives:
> D:\temp\svn_sandpit\workingcopy\trunk\A>echo 1111111 1>alpha.txt
> D:\temp\svn_sandpit\workingcopy\trunk\A>echo 1111111 1>beta.txt
> D:\temp\svn_sandpit\workingcopy\trunk\A>D:\temp\svn_sandpit\svn7.exe add
> *.txt
> svn: warning: 'D:\temp\svn_sandpit\workingcopy\trunk\A\*.txt' not found
>
> I thought that wildcards were expanded by the OS/Shell, and then passed to
> SVN. Is this not the case?

Not on windows, you have to link a magic library into your code to get
that behaviour.

-- Brane
Received on 2010-11-30 10:18:49 CET

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