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Batch add/remove files to rep using the svn cli tools.

From: Marcelo de Moraes Serpa <celoserpa_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-09-30 19:31:49 CEST

Hello list,

When I was on Windows I used TortoiseSVN's commit option to commit all the
"transactions" done to the repository (modifications, adds and deletes) with
one click.

I'm using ubuntu linux now and while I'm quite comfortable with the CLI, I
have not yet found a way to do this kind of commit I used to do with

I.e: When I run a svn status on a working copy of my project, I get the
following output:

? test/unit/package_test.rb
? test/unit/order_test.rb
? test/unit/yearlyprices_test.rb
? test/unit/monthlyprice_test.rb
? test/functional/yearlyprices_controller_test.rb
? test/functional/account_controller_test.rb
? test/functional/packages_controller_test.rb
? test/functional/orders_controller_test.rb
? test/functional/pages_controller_test.r
M app/controllers/users_controller.rb
M log/development.log
M todo.txt
M db/schema.rb
M db/migrate/001_create_users.rb
M config/database.yml

The ? symbol means that this file is not in the repository. If I were using
Tortoise I would just check the "select removed/added files" (or something
like that) and it would then add/remove the added (files not in the rep) and
remove the removed files for me. However, I couldn't find any svn command to
do this batch operation yet. It is a pain to run svn add for each of those

If anyone could show me a neat solution to this I would be grateful!

Received on Sun Sep 30 19:32:10 2007

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