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"svn add" can't add files in a version controlled directory recursively

From: Liu Yubao <yubao.liu_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-12-14 06:35:08 CET

Hello,
    I find "svn add" can't add files in a version controlled directory recursively.

$ mkdir A
$ svn add A
$ mkdir A/B A/C
$ touch A/B/b A/C/c
$ svn add A
svn: warning: 'A' is already under version control

It's annoyed to give full paths if there are many files to be added spreading across
different sub directories whose common parent directory is already under version control.

I know I can use "find . -name .svn -prune -o -exec svn add {} \;", but it will produce
many warnings and usually isn't usable on Windows if the user has not installed Cygwin
or MSYS.

Any advice for this scenario is appreciated.

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