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Correct Procedure.

From: Mark Coleman <Mark.Coleman_at_tomtom.com>
Date: 2007-05-21 12:01:03 CEST



I am currently working with a build system. At the end of building the
various components we have, I check in all the build output to an svn


We are still in a development stage and as such many files are added and
taken from the build output. Currently I have a short script to 'svn
add' everything in the working directory which shows up with a '?'
during an 'svn stat'.


Now I would like to have the reverse functionality so that when files
that are in the repository do not show up in the working copy at the end
of the build, they are 'svn remove'd.


Is there a recommended way to achieve this?


Kind regards,


Mark Coleman | Software Developer | TomTom | mark.coleman@tomtom.com |
+31 (0)20 8500955 office



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