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Re: Automatically add new files within a folder

From: Will Appleton <wfappleton_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-09-30 01:48:32 CEST

On 9/29/07, Brian Hughes <briguy992@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello,
> I'm a new user to TortoiseSVN and I have one small issue. I'm working on a
> game project, and there is one folder (an Art Assets folder) that
> automatically gets any new art placed within it. My problem is that I would
> like it if any file placed within this folder would automatically be added
> to the repository. It's annoying to have to to add any new files while
> working so I can have them safe in our repository. I know that only art
> assets will be placed in this folder. A program that we don't have the
> source to automatically moves them there so we can't modify the program to
> automatically add the files to our repository upon adding.
> Is there any solution for this? If there isn't, I would greatly appreciate
> it if this could be considered to be added for future revisions of
> TortoiseSVN.
> --
> ~Brian Hughes

Why not just write a script and chron job (or "at" job on Windows) that
monitors the dir periodically and adds/commits new files using the
Subversion command-line client?


Received on Sun Sep 30 01:48:42 2007

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