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Re: Import of hidden files/dirs - no 'dry-run' ?

From: MikeW <mw_phil_at_yahoo.co.uk>
Date: 2007-04-26 16:51:20 CEST

Duncan Murdoch <murdoch <at> stats.uwo.ca> writes:

> Not exactly answering your question, but I wouldn't use svn import.
> Instead create an empty copy of the target directory in the repository
> (one rev) and then check it out on top of the dir you want to import,
> and add all the files. Then svn status will report on what got added
> and you can revert the additions before committing them (a second rev).
> This ends up with two revisions, but the files all get added in one, and
> you have a chance to fine tune the additions. It also has the side
> effect (which is usually beneficial) of leaving you with a working copy
> of the newly added directory.
> I suspect the fact that you can do imports this way relieves some of the
> motivation for developers to add features to svn import.
> Duncan Murdoch

I did as you suggested (found others suggesting the same approach too),
also used the --force option for good measure !

Found that I needed to add the .dir with an additional svn add,
but it all went in together with the svn commit.


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