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Advice on maintaining doc dir

From: <Nick_Gianakas_at_sybari.com>
Date: 2005-01-13 18:46:11 CET

We use Doxygen to generate documentation from our software, and then
commit it to our repo.
Does anyone have any suggestions on how to do this efficiently. Here's
the situation:

This is the ideal procedure:
1. Change code w/ documentation
2. Run Doxygen
3. Commit changes

This is the actual procedure:
1. Change code w/ documentation
2. svn delete (but don't commit) all files in doc dir
3. Run Doxygen (placing new files in doc dir)
4. svn add all files currently in dir (ignore warnings about files
already in repo)
5. svn revert all files currently in dir

The reason for this is to handle cases that doc files have been added or

Is there a simpler way? I seem to recall CVS having some convenient
method of handling such a case.

Nick G.

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