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Re: Automating svn add, delete

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006c_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-07-20 20:44:00 CEST

On Jul 20, 2006, at 20:19, Andrew Brosnan wrote:

> I'm setting up a project that will have some fairly non-technical
> folks
> accessing some files under version control. (For example designers and
> HTML files.) Changes will be made on one working copy only, and I plan
> to automate/script commits and updates for them. However, I wonder
> about
> the best way to handle adds and deletes. I've considered parsing the
> output of status and then issuing any needed commands. However I
> assume
> there is a better way. Any suggestions?

Not necessarily, because Subversion wasn't designed to be used like
that.

Why do you want to use Subversion then, if you're not going to be
making use of so many of its core advantages?

You could consider having your designers connect to a WebDAV share of
the repository. Perhaps that would satisfy your requirements.

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