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Re: Generic Checkin

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006c_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-08-30 15:25:14 CEST

On Aug 30, 2006, at 14:58, Jeremy Pereira wrote:

> On 29 Aug 2006, at 03:39, Res Pons wrote:
>> I'm having difficulty committing all the files in a top level
>> directory/working folder and its subfolders and their files just
>> by traversing to the working folder's top folder and executing the
>> following:
>> c:\>cd workingFolder
>> c:\workingFolder>svn ci * -m "comment"
>> Is this not the correct syntax? Help please. Thanks.
> No, it's not. The file list needs to be after the -m switch:
> svn ci -m "comment" *

Well, that's not true -- Subversion is very forgiving about the order
of the command-line arguments. Both your way and Res's way accomplish
the same thing.

> It's also unnecessary since an empty file list is assumed to mean "*"

Consequences of this are the real reason Res was having problems, as
discussed in previous replies.

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