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RE: managing the files that are checked-in

From: Peter Kahn <pkahn_at_connected.com>
Date: 2005-03-04 23:41:30 CET

When entering the svn command you can specify paths to files or
directories.

If I have modification in the subdirectories A, B and C and I only want
to check in A and C changes, then my commit would look like this

svn ci .\A .\C

I could also specify files
svn ci .\A\foo.cpp .\C

And this works for all svn commands (diff, status, update, log etc...)

--
Peter Kahn
pkahn@connected.com
Connected Corporation,
A subsidiary of Iron Mountain Incorporated
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-----Original Message-----
From: Hari Kodungallur [mailto:hkodungallur@gmail.com] 
Sent: Friday, March 04, 2005 5:18 PM
To: Subversion List
Subject: managing the files that are checked-in
Hi,
I would like to manage the commits. Basically, I have a lot of changes
in my working copy. I know that only a subset of those changes are to be
checked-in for a particular feature. Is there a way to manage the set of
files that I need to check-in? I do not want to check-in everything, but
only a subset, and at the same time there are enough files changed that
its tedious to provide every file in the command line. Just wondering
whether there is a way to do this.
Thanks much!
-Hari
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