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Re: Importing a tree

From: Dale J. Chatham <dale_at_chatham.org>
Date: Tue, 06 Jan 2009 16:03:21 -0600
That I knew, but this is all automated under program control.

So, the question is, given the tree, can I traverse the tree, checking (from essentially a command line) for each file/directory so I will know whether to add or import the file/directory.

There are literally thousands of files, so checking everything out, then creating the files isn't something I want to do.



Bob Archer wrote:
Once you import into the repository... you can not import again into the
same folder/path. At that point you would need to check out your project
to a working directory. Once you have done that any further exports will
be put into svn using 

Svn add
Svn co


-----Original Message-----
From: Dale J. Chatham [mailto:dale@chatham.org]
Sent: Tuesday, January 06, 2009 1:32 PM
To: users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Importing a tree

Before someone says RTFM, I've spent a couple of days trying to answer

I am using programs and web pages to create a tree of nagios
configuration files.  Parts of the tree may already exist, individual
files may or may not exist.

An import at the first branch doesn't always work.  If everything is
new, it works fine.  If not, I get an error.

Using subversion from the command line (or popen in php), how do I
this work every time?





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