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Re: Tortoise SVN: how can I tell that a file is new from the command line?

From: Mark Irving <Mark.Irving_at_informatix.co.uk>
Date: Thu, 22 Jan 2009 18:20:57 -0000

On Thursday 22 January 2009, Mac wrote:

> So basically I want to be able to tell that a given file is new. How
> do I do that?

Use the command-line svn command, something like

svn info test4.txt

and check for revision: 0 or Schedule: add in the output? There's
no need to use TortoiseSVN for most command-line operations. See
the SVN book for full details, of course.

http://svnbook.red-bean.com/

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