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Re: Automatically adding new files in a folder (Re: versioning MacOS X bundle)

From: Christopher Ness <chris_at_nesser.org>
Date: 2005-06-11 00:27:42 CEST

On Fri, 2005-06-10 at 15:12 -0400, Eric Gorr wrote:
> Christopher Ness wrote:
> > I hate to say it but most SVN commands that I know do not attempt to do
> > "auto-magic" things for users. You need to tell subversion exactly what
> > you want to do.
> On this point, I would agree and retract the earlier suggestion.
> Perhaps then it should be either an explicit command (svn
> addunversioned) or a flag on svn add.

I think this is something you would see in SVK or some of the other user
interfaces. I know SVK is attempting merge tracking and some other
features that are above and beyond the scope of SVN currently.

I don't know how to decide what belongs in the command line client and
what should go to a higher level like tsvn or the others. Things are
blurry in my mind - and that's why I'm not in charge.

Hopefully you guys can draw a squiggly line in the sand on the devel


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