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RE: svn commit

From: Andrew R Feller <afelle1_at_lsu.edu>
Date: 2007-06-21 19:37:13 CEST

Depending whether this is for recently added or modified files /

Two ways you can do this:

1. Selectively commit individual items (modified only)

One way you can do it is selecting only the files / directories you want
to commit individually. For example, with the following file structure:


I would (assuming I was in /tmp/checkout):

svn commit new_dir/CommitMe new_dir/CommitMe.1 new_dir/CommitMe.2

2. Don't add files / directories if they aren't ready to be committed
(add only)

If this is a situation where the parent directory has been recently
added but not committed, then you should not add any of its children
that aren't ready to be committed.

Andrew R Feller, Analyst
Subversion Administrator
University Information Systems
Louisiana State University
(office) 225.578.3737

-----Original Message-----
From: [Sunshine Tech Solutions] Ravi Gehlot
Sent: Thursday, June 21, 2007 11:55 AM
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Subject: svn commit

How do I commit a directory excluding a few subdirectories?


Ravi Gehlot.
Sr. Management
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