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How do you atomically commit a selection of files/folders?

From: Talden <talden_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-07-26 05:27:15 CEST

If "svn commit" doesn't accept a list of files/folders as arguments or
a 'list file' containing the set of things to commit how can I commit
a change-set in a single revision?

Is this something I've overlooked or is a future feature... Or do
other simply not see this as an issue?

I dislike the only solution I can think of... revert all changes you
DON'T want in the commit and then commit the entire working copy to
treat the remaining changes as a single revision.

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