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Re: Dumb question, perhaps

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-06-28 21:59:11 CEST

Kevin Grover wrote:
> HOWEVER, I now use this command:
> svn mkdir file:///c:/repos/svn/foo/trunk file:///c:/repos/svn/foo/tags
> file:///c:/repos/foo/branches -m "Initial Directory Structure"
> Which makes the directories in the repository immediately without needed
> to import local files.

I think I'm faster with TSVN than you are with writing those paths on
the command line.

> For Unix/Linux uses using a shell with brace expansion, it becomes even
> simpler:
> svn mkdir <file:///c:/repos/svn/foo/{trunk>file:///repos/svn/foo/{trunk
> <file:///repos/svn/foo/{trunk,tags,branches>,tags,branches} -m "Initial
> Directory Structure"

Very easy to remember :)

> It would probably be nice to have this function built into TSVN because
> it is some common. However, there are many other things that could
> probably also be argued for inclusion that the TSVN client could turn
> into bloatware.

Very true.

> Perhaps TSVN could be agumented with a scripting language (Lua??) so
> that users could add such little short cuts?

How many times do you create new projects? Several times a day? Once a
week? Once a month? A few times a year?
I guess the answer goes to the last options - and for that adding Lua?


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