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Any tips for better integration with Explorer for managing deletions and moves?

From: Sean Aitken <sean.aitken_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-06-29 14:15:35 CEST

Good morning,

I am looking for a good method for keeping an entire directory structure
under SVN. In this case, the structure contains a variety of files and
explcit 'svn delete' and move is difficult to maintain. The big problem lies
with the fact that many files are under control of a non-SVN aware IDE.

Does anyone have any pointers on how I can help Tortoise or SVN take 'hints'
as to files that get deleted? I wind up seeing "missing" when I try to
commit a version of my structure which causes SVN to complain loudly. I
imagine moving files would be seen as a "missing" and a 'new'..

So, I guess my question is, are there any ways to have Tortoise or SVN work
as a backup solution, rather than on a per-project basis?

Any tricks are appreciated!


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Received on Thu Jun 29 14:16:50 2006

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