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Re: [Subclipse-users] creating a patch doesn't include new files

From: Johan Compagner <jcompagner_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-05-01 23:29:11 CEST


> The patch is made using the svn diff command. It will only include new
> files if you have done the Team -> Add option so that they are scheduled
> to be added to version control. So if you want to include them in the
> patch file you need to do that first.

ok and the revert the add? (because i make the patch because i don't want to
commit it right now)

> Is this assumption wrong? Do i something that is not the svn way?
> We use the svn copy command to create the branch based on the settings you
> provide. A pseudo-command is logged in the Console. The best thing for
> you to do would be to pursue your scenarion on the Subversion users@ list.
> We have no ability to change the behavior of Subversion commands other
> than what is exposed to us as command options.

But the copy command gets the local working copy. I will test if i can do
the samething
as with the patch (first add it but not commit them)
What does add exactly do? Is it pure a client side thing?

If it can't be done in one svn command then do it in a few after each other.
Something like:

svn copy
svn switch
svn add/commit new files.

Received on Mon May 1 23:29:20 2006

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