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Re: Adding unversioned items on commit

From: Simon Large <simon_at_skirridsystems.co.uk>
Date: 2007-01-17 22:44:05 CET

rioka wrote:
> I'm using Tortoise for one month. I've mainly done tests with my current
> projects, and I'm really satisfied with it. Just one question (for now...):
> when I manually create new folders/files via operating-system commands, and
> I check these new items in commit, is this different than selecting these
> same items and doing "TortoiseSVN/Add..." via the shell extension *before*
> committing changes to the repository?
> That is, If I create forder "newImages" (via mkdir newImages) in my working
> copy, then save some new images in this forlder, I can
> 1. selecting this new folder and the files it contains when committing, or
> 2. before committing, exec a "TortoiseSVN/Add..." on this folder
> Are this two methods equivalent?

Yes they are. The commit dialog will do an implicit 'svn add' if you
select unversioned items for commit.


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