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Re: adding a set of files at once

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006Q1_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-02-04 18:39:42 CET

On Feb 4, 2006, at 17:58, Duncan Murdoch wrote:

> Importing and adding are different operations. Importing is what
> you do when you have a non-versioned directory, and you want to
> turn it into a versioned one. [snip]

Importing does not turn your non-versioned directory into a versioned
one; rather, it imports the contents of your non-versioned directory
into the repository and makes no changes to your local directory. You
then delete (or move out of the way) your local non-versioned
directory and get a new working copy from the repository.

> What I think you want to do is to *add* your files. Somehow
> (through an import or checkout) you get a working copy of a
> directory from the repository [snip]

A checkout is the only way to get a working copy.

There is, however, also the "in-place import" concept which may be


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