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Adding Multiple Files at Once

From: Greg Willits <willitsg_at_pacbell.net>
Date: 2004-12-16 07:26:24 CET

I understand independent concepts of commit, add, delete. What is
escaping me is how difficult it seems to be to "synchronize" (for lack
of better term) all three types of changes in a working copy to the

Early on in a project numerous files/folders may be created, deleted,
updated between commits at all levels of the project structure. Even
reading the book, I am not finding any info on how to "push" all those
changes to the repository in one or a couple simple commands.

Commit is easy enough, but it seems I have to manually/individually
hunt down every new and deleted file and issue multiple add / delete
svn commands before doing a commit. This is extremely inefficient, and
there must be something I am missing.

I tried svn add with the project and trunk folders thinking without the
non-recursive switch, everything below would be scanned and new files
added. This does not appear to work, or I somehow did it wrong.

With that solved, I think I'm good to go.


-- greg willits

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