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

From: Gavin Lambert <gavinl_at_compacsort.com>
Date: 2006-07-26 07:24:05 CEST

Quoth Talden <mailto:talden@gmail.com>:
> 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?

It does. It's just that they all have to be part of the same working
copy (ie. created with a single 'svn checkout' command). As long as
that's true you can put in as many specific files as you want.

You can also commit a subtree of your working copy either by naming the
folder on the commandline or by changing your current directory to that
folder before issuing the commit command.

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Received on Wed Jul 26 07:25:03 2006

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