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Re: New to Versioning - Need help selecting

From: Francisco Gimeno <kikov_at_kikov.org>
Date: 2004-05-21 00:50:49 CEST

> Subversion sounds great, but without a plugin for the IDE usage seems
> impracticle. Correct me if I'm wrong, but would Subversion require me
> to do an svn add/delete/move/copy for *every* file that I need to do
> this type of operation to? In the process of developing a web
> application, I can easily add/delete/move/copy 20-30 files a day! Is
> there any way to check out a copy, add/delete/move files via
> non-subversive methods, then have those changes ripple up to the
> repository?
People for ages have been using Command Line to perform operations on CVS and
now, on SVN.
you could use svn add new_dir/*.html ; svn commit -m "New files" for example..
Wildcards are allowed.

Besides that, you could use a Dav explorer to a SVN-Dav server with
Autoversioning. In this mode, you don't need to use svn
add/delete/move/copy/commit/checkout commands. At least for
uploading/upgrading documents.
But you'll need them to retrieve old versions.

SVN is flexible enough to allow a lot of configurations.


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