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Re: using 'mv' to replace files, subversion does not detect changes

From: Bob Proulx <bob_at_proulx.com>
Date: 2005-08-08 18:14:40 CEST

Chris Jensen wrote:
> >You could use 'find * -exec touch {} \;' to avoid traversing the .svn
> >directory. But I think that is bad for a different reason.
> I don't think you could. Yes it would miss /etc/.svn, but it would still
> include .svn in subdirectories, eg /etc/init.d/.svn

The point was not to produce a find command that did not recurse down
the .svn directories but rather to say that even if one did that (easy
in general with find) that it is still an undesireable thing to do.
It feels to me like someone working against their tools rather than
with them.


Received on Mon Aug 8 18:16:20 2005

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