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svn -N ci commits no files

From: alexander poddey <alexander.poddey_at_tu-clausthal.de>
Date: 2007-03-14 13:18:07 CET

I posted this question in the SVN Forum, but did not get an answer....

I'm working on a svn based backupsystem. There I need to commit nonrecursively
all files within a directory.

svn -N ci -m 'text' does not commit a single file :Confused:

svn -N ci -m 'text' filelist
with all local files in filelist works.

my problem is, that some users have blanks in the filenames. a call using
filelist leads to errors, because svn handles the files with blanks as
separate files.

how can i tell svn to ci all files in the local directory which are under
version control, without having to specify the files explicitely?


Alexander Poddey
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