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Re: adding a set of files at once

From: Angel Tsankov <fn42551_at_fmi.uni-sofia.bg>
Date: 2006-02-04 17:33:59 CET

>> Why is it not possible to add a set of files (e.g. by include or
>> exclude mask) at once. I may only add a single file or whole
>> directory.
> Are you using a Cygwin build in a Windows shell? It might assume
> the shell expands wildcards, and Windows CMD doesn't do that. The
> regular svn build handles wildcards fine. Or do you mean something
> different when you say "mask"?

I have Cygwin installed on my system, but I am not using a Cygwin
build of SVN. In fact, I installed this one:

Then I created a repository via TortoiseSVN:

Then I tried to find out how to add (i.e. import) only some of the
files in a folder at once. As I could not do it, I downloaded and
installed RapidSVN:

Unfortunately, I this did not help at all. Then I tried the command
line interface of SVN:

svn import main.cpp header.h file:///d:/svn_repos/experimental
svn: Too many arguments to import command

svn import *.h file:///d:/svn_repos/experimental --message ""
svn: Too many arguments to import command

svn import main.cpp file:///d:/svn_repos/experimental/main.c --message
Adding main.cpp
Committed revision 1.

And, btw, isn't there any way not to specify the name of a file in the
URL of the repository when importing it? It is almost always

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