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delete files recursively but not tree structure and .svn folders

From: Francesco <framak_at_hotmail.com>
Date: Tue, 26 Apr 2011 08:49:16 -0700 (PDT)

I am manually importing successive versions into a svn repository.
the files are organised in a folder structure (not too complex)
I want to keep track of additions of new files and deletions from revision to revision.

my procedure has been:
1 import first version into repository
2 check it out
3 delete all files (but not fodler tree and .svn folders)
4 copy new version over
5 commit

... and repeat for all my 8 versions

my questions are:
1 is what I do correct?
2 is there a better/faster way?
3 how can i detect a folder has been removed?
4 is there a recursive delete of files not .svn?

hope this question will bring some contribution or at least find someone else sharing this situation.


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