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

From: Gavin Lambert <gavinl_at_compacsort.com>
Date: 2006-07-27 01:07:06 CEST

Quoth Les Mikesell <mailto:lesmikesell@gmail.com>:
>> 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.
> When you do this, do the revisions go to the head, mingling
> with changes others have committed, or is there some way to
> check out exactly what is in your workspace again (including
> the version you checked out of the unchanged files and only
> the changes you just committed) without making a branch to
> keep these together?

They go to whatever branch you're currently in (which will normally be
the trunk, unless you've specifically switched over to a branch).

It's no different than naming all the files and subfolders in that
folder on the command line.

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Received on Thu Jul 27 01:08:14 2006

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