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From: James Stroud <svn.user.list_at_stroud.biz>
Date: 2006-06-21 23:32:09 CEST

Hello All,

I'm very new to SVN and even newer to this list.

I have what I think is unlikely to be a unique need for SVN. Basically, I
would like to add files and directories to my SVN archive without the
requirement to add each one explicitly (e.g. a single 'commit' finds all the
newly created files and folders and both adds and commits them).

I came accross this posting in the archive:


But this solution seems a little clunky and is also a little dated (over 2
years old). Has SVN incorporated a way to accomplish this or has someone
devised a method to do this using a hook such as pre-commit?

Thanks for any help,


James Stroud
UCLA-DOE Institute of Genomics and Proteomics
Box 951570
Los Angeles, CA 90095
python <<EOF
print "".join([chr(ord(i)^ord(j)^64) for (i,j) in
              zip('hpqudxu','BCEGKMQ')] +
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