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Circumvent svn (add|delete) ?

From: Steven Romej <steven_romej_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2004-09-08 17:42:38 CEST

Recently I became obsessed with versioning and
tracking a lot of my files. I've been playing around
with subversion on my music folders in particular.

In order for changes to be tracked and appropriately
commited I need to do "svn add" if I add a new music
file, and "svn delete" if I delete a file.

I was curious if there's a way to just have svn accept
my deletions or additions without explicitly
scheduling them via the svn add|delete commands.

That way I could occasionally do a commit and any
files I added or deleted (through Nautilus or Windows
Explorer, eg) would be committed.

It seems that adding 5 new music files would require
me to go in and type "svn add" a few times, which is
unnatural (then again, so might be versioning my music
directory).

Also, in the same vein, is there a way to tell
Subversion to not worry about what's in a binary file,
only look at its name and the directory structure it's
in? (e.g., the contents of my mp3's or jpegs won't
change; but the number and name and folders they're in
will).
Thanks,

Steve

                
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