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Re: Question about "commit" not committing everything

From: Tobias Schfer <tobiasschaefer_at_gmx.de>
Date: 2007-06-11 19:09:27 CEST

On Monday 11 June 2007 18:32, Lasse Vgsther Karlsen wrote:
> Today I upgraded to tortoisesvn 1.4.4 and started to commit a large
> directory to a
> local file-system-based repository.
>
> The directory contains just above 9000 files in total, of various sizes,
> in total about 233mb.
> Not everything is text. The directory contains a lot of world of warcraft
> addons that I wanted
> to test SVN with because I've experienced the problem in this email
> before and wanted to
> just use a big directory with lots of files to try to provoke the problem
> and see if it was still there.
>
> Seems it is.
>
> After first checking out the empty project I created in subversion to the
> directory, I did a commit
> and in the dialog I asked it to select everything and typed in a comment.
>
> I hit OK, and ... 14 files are committed.
>
> Thinking that I must've not selected everything, I re-tried it, making
> 100% sure I now selected
> everything, including verifying by scrolling through the list, and
> clicked ok.
>
> Another 50 or so files committed.
>
> The third time about 2500-3000 files commit. I'm typing this email while
> I commit the fourth time.

I think I know what is going on here:
You called commit on the top level directory but had not recursively added
the files and directories as a first step. Therefore each commit adds more
directory level.

Solution: call "Add..." on all the folders which have not been versioned
yet. You will then be able to commit all files at once.

Tobias

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