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Re: Importing a tree

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2009a_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Wed, 7 Jan 2009 18:23:14 -0600

On Jan 7, 2009, at 13:11, Dale J. Chatham wrote:

> Dale J. Chatham wrote:
>> 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.
> It appears that the way to do this is to first check out the
> directories
> I'll be working with.
> Then, as I create files, check to see if it already exists. If it
> does,
> just write. If not, write the file, then an svn add.
> At the end of the process, check the whole mess in.

Sounds like a good plan to me! :)

That's how you're really meant to make changes to a repository: check
out a working copy, make your changes, then commit them.


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