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Re: faster way to mirror changes to svn repository

From: T L Holaday <tjvnzk03_at_sneakemail.com>
Date: 2005-11-13 16:42:38 CET

Picking up the added files is simple from the command line. This command ...

$ svn status | grep ? | sed s/?// | tee files.lst

... will put into files.lst a list of all files and directories in the
current directory which are were not known to the repository at the time you
created the working directory. It will also display those files on the
screen so you can see if there's anything you don't like.

If you are satisfied, issue the command ...

$ svn add --targets files.lst

... and they'll all go in.

Deleting files is another matter. I think you are less likely to do
something you regret if you use svn del individually. If you have a whole
directory of files to remove, you can create a list of victims and use the
--targets option of svn del.

On 11/8/05, Peter Michaux
> Hi,
> I am using svn at an early stage in a project. That means a lot of changes
> to the directories and files in my project. Is it possible to avoid using
> "svn add foo.rb" and "svn delete bar.rb" for every file I create or
> remove. I imagine there is a mirror command that I could run from the top of
> my project that will add all the files that I added and delete all the files
> I deleted. Please tell me it exists!
> Thanks,
> Peter
Received on Sun Nov 13 16:45:25 2005

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