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Re: "svn add * --force" and global-ignores / svn:ignore property

From: <Mathias.Weinert_at_gfa-net.de>
Date: 2006-01-03 16:46:37 CET

mailinglist@perspectives.qc.ca wrote:

> Ryan Schmidt wrote, On 03/01/06 06:52:
> > [...]
> > Maybe if you can generate the proper listing of files using ls you
> > can send it to svn's argument list using xargs. Something like "ls
> > -A" would give you all files, including dot files, but excluding "."
> > and "..", but you can't feed that directly to svn with xargs because
> > it's not escaped properly. (Filenames containing spaces or other
> > special chars would break it.)

For this you could try something like
find . -type f | grep -v "/\.svn" | sed -e "s/\(.*\)/\"\1\"/" | xargs svn

'find . -type f' to only find files

'grep -v "/\.svn"' to exclude all directories (and files)
starting with .svn

'sed -e "s/\(.*\)/\"\1\"/" ' to put file names into
quotation marks

If you want each file to get a separate svn command you can
use 'xargs -n 1 svn ...' instead of 'xargs svn ...'


> > [...]

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