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Automatic checkin of unversioned files

From: Greg M <gmartyn_at_verizon.net>
Date: 2004-02-01 04:51:02 CET

Hi all,

You can read this whole rant or just skip to the line that reads "The bottom

I am using svn to manage all the files created by a small architecture firm.
The architects want the ability to occasionally go back to look at what the
plans looked like a day, a week, or a month ago. Subversion seemed perfect.
Whenever they needed to bring up an old revision, I either went in and did
it for them, or told them how to use TortoiseSVN to do it themselves.

Getting the files checked in to svn regularly proved to be the difficult

I set up a batch file to run 'svn ci -m "Nightly commit"' every night. The
trouble was that no new files were being committed - only modifications to
files which were already under version control got committed. Deleted files
also weren't being marked as deleted from the repository either, but that
wasn't much of an issue.

The bottom line:
What is the easiest way to get svn to automatically commit *all* changes
(new files, deletions) in a working copy to the repository?

Greg Martyn

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