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"Add contents" is apparently not implemented

From: Pete Gonzalez <pgonzalez_at_bluel.com>
Date: 2004-01-19 06:02:18 CET

Okay, suppose I have a Subversion repository containing some
files that are checked out locally like this:


Now suppose I create a new folder containing a new file:


With TortoiseCVS, I could right+click on "MyProject" and select
"CVS Add Contents", which will list Readme.txt (and any other
new files) so I can select them to be added to the repository.
TortoiseCVS also has the option to display new files during a
"commit" as well.

However, TortoiseSVN appears to be lacking this feature. In the
command-line version this feature is implemented by "svn status",
whose functionality is mapped by TortoiseSVN onto the Windows Explorer
icons. So the de facto answer might be "well, if you go digging
through the directories you can tell which files are new by
looking at the icons." But this answer is impractical for projects
containing lots of directories.


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