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svn add on non-readable files

From: September <stormandstress_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-09-10 21:30:35 CEST


I've searched the lists, and though it seems to be a known state of
affairs for svn add to fail on files that aren't readable (which makes
sense), I haven't found anything that explains a workaround for adding
only files that are readable.

For example, if I were to want to add all files in the directory foo/
that I knew would commit (simple sanity checks - file is readable,
etc), I might be able to do something in bash... but does svn have any
built-in features to do this? A sort of svn add --with-checks option?


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