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Re: Re: script to commit all unversioned/modified files in tree

From: <hansbkk_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-04-20 17:19:47 CEST

You've been answering, but it's my understanding that's lacking <g>

> > What about non-svn deletions of versioned files - I assume
> > svn will notice and report, what important information would
> > be missing - who deleted them, exactly when, what else?
> Svn can report it with "svn status" with a ! (exclamation mark) before the file. And yes you will not have the information you mention (who and when).

So the file has been (non-svn) deleted, the svn status command reports
that fact, we then need to run an svn deletion command to keep svn "in
sync with reality", is that right?

And scripting this to run say from cron is OK in practice?

The last bit is that if we had (been able to) deleted the file with
the svn command, would there be any *other* advantage beyond knowing
who deleted the file and when?

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Received on Fri Apr 20 17:20:10 2007

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