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

From: Talden <talden_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-07-26 12:33:13 CEST

Sigh... Turns out I was thrown by having two folders (partial
checkouts) not technically in the same working space (the parent
folder wasn't part of the working copy)... Not understanding the error
at the time and mixed with misreading the help this was just simple
PEBKAC... All working fine and, so far, I'm finding SVN a massive step
up on CVS.

It might be nice lthough to be able to mark files for inclusion in a
commit-set or allow commit to accept a file (or stdin) of paths/files
to commit so that deeply distant files and large checkins don't mean
unbelievably large commandlines - or have I overlooked something there

On 7/26/06, Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006c@ryandesign.com> wrote:
> On Jul 26, 2006, at 05:27, Talden wrote:
> > If "svn commit" doesn't accept a list of files/folders as arguments or
> > a 'list file' containing the set of things to commit [snip]
> But it does. If it's not working for you, you'd better show us
> exactly what commands you're executing (how you created the working
> copy, how you're trying to commit your changes) and what error
> messages are produced, and tell us what version of Subversion and
> what OS you're on.
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