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RE: Add Files Without Checkout

From: Deltour, Stephane <stephane.deltour_at_barco.com>
Date: Tue, 17 Feb 2009 14:56:06 +0100

Sure,

You can use the svn import command.

Example:
svn import somefile.txt http://.../somerepos/somedir/somefile.txt -m "Importing somefile.txt"
This imports the local file somefile.txt somewhere in a repository.

If you want to add multiple files in one go, you might still opt to check out the target directory with the option --depth=empty.
In this way you create a working copy but without copying the contents locally. You can then add your files in this working copy and then commit them.

See the svnbook for more details about the svn import / svn checkout commands

Regards,
Stephane Deltour

-----Original Message-----
From: sandeep nair [mailto:sandipsnair_at_yahoo.com]
Sent: feb 17, 2009 13:23
To: users_at_subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Add Files Without Checkout

Hi,

In my application multiple client machines upload their log files horly into a SVN server. Since in my case the target directory is pretty big I can't afford to check it out for adding the file. Is there a method to add files to the repository without checking out the target directory?

I am trying to add files to SVN using Command Prompt.

Regards
Sandeep S. Nair

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