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Re: Why do commands fail when a file is unknown to svn?

From: C.A.T.Magic <c.a.t.magic_at_gmx.at>
Date: 2004-03-04 18:17:49 CET


maybe you could use
  svn ls -R
and search for Makefiles in its output.

but i wonder why "svn ls -R" on a
local repository is so incredibly slow --
does anybody know a good reasons for that?
or any flags to improve its speed?


----- Original Message -----
From: "Nicolás Lichtmaier" <jnl@synapsis-sa.com.ar>
To: <dev@subversion.tigris.org>
Sent: Thursday, March 04, 2004 17:48
Subject: Why do commands fail when a file is unknown to svn?

> In CVS, if I want to do a modified Makefiles only commit, I can always
> do: cvs commit $( find . -name Makefile ) (The same works with diff and
> other commands). CVS will ignore any file which is not under revision
> control. I can't do this in SVN, so I can't find an easy way to continue
> working the same way.
> Is this intended for any reason? Could this be changed? Do I file a bug
> report? =)
> Thanks!
> --
> Nicolás Lichtmaier.-
> Synapsis Argentina
> +54(11)4314-3000 (int. 231)
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