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Re: Creating copies of project with full folder structure leads to misbehaviour when commiting

From: Dave Lawrence <dlawrence_at_ad-holdings.co.uk>
Date: Thu, 11 Sep 2008 09:27:10 +0100

Dave Lawrence wrote:
> jwezel wrote:
>>> If you add files, then they are unversioned until you "svn add" them.
>> [...]
>>> Therefore, your automated
>>> process *will* have to be subversion aware if they want to do things
>>> with subversion.
>> Yes, this is the disadvantage of the current situation.
>> That's why I asked for a support of the Tortoise SVN Explorer plugin
>> doing all necessary cleanups in my folder structure. ;-)
> - Check for modifications
> - Click "show unversioned items"
> - Select the items and click "add" from the context menu
>
> Don't expect them to add a feature to automatically add files -
> subversion simply doesn't make those sort of assumptions - it does
> exactly what you tell it to.
>
> BTW if you try and copy, rename or move folders inside your w/c (without
> using svn commands) things will really get screwed because the hidden
> .svn directories will get moved with them so you've effectively
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yes as I was saying that breaks things. You might like this feature
http://tortoisesvn.net/most-forgotten-feature

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Received on 2008-09-11 10:30:31 CEST

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