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Re: trying to add/commit to repository...

From: Ulrich Eckhardt <eckhardt_at_satorlaser.com>
Date: 2005-05-02 09:27:48 CEST

bruce wrote:
> when i try to do a 'svn add *' it simply states that all the dirs in the
> dir are under version control... however, when i do a 'svn commit' nothing
> happens...

Try 'echo *' to see what really happens. The point is that the asterisk is
replaced by your shell and SVN never sees it. So, in order to understand what
is going wrong, we'd first have to know exactly what it resolves to.

> or, how could i start the process over, and remove the dirs that i'm trying
> to add... so i could start with a clean version.

You can always delete you working copy or checkout a new one somewhere else.

> i then do a 'svn add' followed by a 'svn commit -m "reree" '

'svn add' requires the names of the files/dirs to add.

> i don't see the files being added to the repository. in fact, i don't see
> any repsonse.
> when i do a 'svn status', i get the dirs that i'm trying to add having '?'
> in front of them...

...which means that they aren't known to the repository.

/me suggests reading the introductory section of the Subversion book.


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