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Re: Commit multiple files from different folders

From: Robert Roessler <robertr_at_rftp.com>
Date: 2006-10-02 01:49:57 CEST

James Robertson wrote:
> Is there a way to select individual files, from different folders, to commit?
>
> I know that I can commit a top-level folder and TortoiseSVN/Subversion will work out which files, in which folders, need to be
> committed. However, my Subversion working-copy is on a network drive and contains thousands of files and hundreds of folders, so
> this process can take many minutes. Often I just need to commit a few files that reside in a variety of folders. It would be much
> quicker for me to be able to simply select each file I want to commit. There doesn't seem to be an (easy) way to do this using
> Windows Explorer (CTRL-Click doesn't work across different folders), so I am wondering if there is a way using TortoiseSVN (perhaps
> drag-and-drop - although I don't really like that).

If you can get them both into a single Explorer window and select
them, you should be offered the "SVN Commit..." context menu option -
I am.

How to do this? A simple way is to do a Search that will match all
the files you are trying to commit at the same time... when they are
all in the results window, select the ones you want, do a right-click,
and you should have it! :)

Robert Roessler
robertr@rftp.com
http://www.rftp.com

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