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Abhirit Kanti

How to update my repository so that it has the lastest version of my working copy?


I have worked on modifying a tool and checked out code from the repository to make modifications. My code is now ready and I want to update my repository with all the new files and folders that I have created in my working copy.

In other words, I want the repository to match my working copy exactly. How can I do this?

Will I have to individually add each file to the repository?

Thank You!

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    The command svn status will show you which files are not under svn control.  You can use the command svn add to place such files under svn control.  The add command will work on files or recursively on directories.   Be careful to not add superfluous files.  Once all new files have been added you can do a svn commit which also operates recursively.

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