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Re: Check-in all files at a time?

From: Ulrich Eckhardt <ulrich.eckhardt_at_dominolaser.com>
Date: Mon, 07 Nov 2011 10:15:13 +0100

Am 07.11.2011 06:53, schrieb yerra babji:
> Is there any way to mandate svn users to check in all the files they
> modified?


This in and of itself is also not a problem, I would claim. You are
obviously seeing a problem you would like to "fix" with this. If you
told us what that problem is, people could give better advise how to fix it.

Ludovic already mentioned a few things that could help you. Another
thing that could help you is to make people understand why you want them
to do that. If people cause problems by checking in half-consistent
versions, you could isolate them with feature branches. You could (and
that's a good idea anyway) set up an automated build and test run,
either after every checkin or regularly ("nightly build"). If things
fail during a nightly build, call in people next morning and work out
what caused the failure.

Don't try to fix social problems with technical solutions. At best,
technical approaches can help and guide.

Good luck!


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