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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 19:31:18 CET

>>>>> 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.
>>> Whoops, sorry for the wrong information.
>> It seems that the terminology used with SVN is somewhat different
>> from that of VSS which I have been using. Is there a good
>> explanation of what a versioned directory and the like are?
> Sure, take a look at the Subversion book. It's really quite well
> written, and an online copy is available for free.

Btw, I found how to put several files in the repository at once - it
can be done with checkout, add and commit. Add can take a number of
files to be added to the repo when changes are comitted.

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Received on Sat Feb 4 19:32:26 2006

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