Op 10-11-2011 15:56, Stefan Küng schreef:
> On Thu, Nov 10, 2011 at 10:22, woomla<woomla_at_gmail.com> wrote:
>> I've developed a program that does a commit (amongst other things) with this
>> "c:\Program Files\TortoiseSVN\bin\TortoiseProc.exe" /command:commit
>> /path:"e:\SVN\MyProject\" /notempfile
>> In version 1.7.1 with the new WorkingCopy construction, this command does
>> not recursive into subdirectories anymore.
>> How can I achive this at the same easy way, without building a filelist?
> That commit command does recurse the same as 1.6 did.
> Of course only if the working copy is in proper 1.7 format, and not a
> nested layout (make sure there's only one .svn folder at the working
> copy root - if you spot another .svn folder in one of the subfolders,
> then that means another working copy root and the commit dialog won't
> 'recurse' into that separate working copy).
My working copy is a good and clean 1.7 format. Only one .svn folder in
the root of the WorkingCopy (MyProject).
My original example is a little bit wrong. I want to commit a part of
the project. I.e. I've made changes to
e:\SVN\MyProject\Libraries\MySecondLibrary and I want to commit those
changes, but not yet the changes I made in
Now when I do:"c:\Program Files\TortoiseSVN\bin\TortoiseProc.exe"
/notempfile (from the command line), only the files in the directory
'MySecondLibrary' are put in the list, but not files in subdirectories
that are changed, i.e.
For a better overview here a list:
E:\SVN\MyProject\ (root of WorkingCopy with .svn directory).
(not to be commited).
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Received on 2011-11-10 23:53:32 CET