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Problems understanding file addition and removal after patches

From: Lukas Ruf <ruf_at_rawip.org>
Date: 2004-04-15 13:40:51 CEST

Dear all,

when I apply a patch to an existing directory, for example upgrading
linux-2.4.25 to 26, files might be added or removed.

So far, I have figured out that I can check the status by "svn
status" which reports new files with '?' and removed files with '!'.

Since I must accept all the changes by the upstream patches in any
case, I have been wondering if there is another, smoother way to handle
these additions and removals than just typing all the file names one
after the other.

Thanks for any enlightenments.

PS: If I can find the solution in the documentation, what were the
    right keywords to look for?

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