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Re: svn commit usage survey

From: Peter Werner <l.svn_at_vasas.no-ip.org>
Date: 2006-09-18 08:28:28 CEST

> How do you typically use 'svn commit' when you have some files you do
> not want in the commit?

Just specify the files by copy-paste from svn st output.

> Do you often run into an issue where you have one file that you do not
> want to commit, directly beside several that you do?

Yes. Actually what happens that I want to break my changes into
different commits (small but complete changes).

> Is the only option in this case manually specifying every file you
> *do* want to include in the commit? Or am I missing something?

Not the only way but the easiest. I don't think you miss something.

> What are your thoughts?

It's really good feature in svk, I'm inetrested about your results.


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