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Auto add files in a directory?

From: Andrew A. Raines <aaraines_at_pobox.com>
Date: 2004-03-03 00:51:46 CET

I'd like to add ~/Mail to my svn-controlled homedir. However, due
to the transient nature of files with Gnus' nnml, I don't want to
have to manually add and remove new and old messages.

Can I configure a directory to be ``hands-off'' and let Subversion
do the Right Thing upon commit, adding and removing files as
necessary to match the WC? IOW, can svn be told ``for this
directory, make the repository match exactly the way it sees the WC
at the start of this commit?''

    aaraines@pobox.com (Andrew A. Raines)
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Received on Wed Mar 3 00:50:37 2004

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