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From Daniel Blaukopf <Daniel.Blauk...@Sun.COM>
Subject Re: Svn add command with force
Date Mon, 17 Dec 2007 09:44:17 GMT
Hi Chuck,

Use an "apply" task with "parallel" and "relative" set to "true" and set 
a value for "dir". Like this:

<apply executable="svn" dir="directory-with-svn-files" parallel="true" 
    <arg line="add --force"/>
    <fileset dir="directory-with-svn-files" includes="*"/>


Chuck Holzwarth wrote:
> If you have checked the destination directory out from subversion, you should be able
to create a target where you use the contrib var to override the basedir property and add
the file. When you return from the antcall your basedir will revert to what it was before
and you can continue your compile.
> Thank you,
> Chuck Holzwarth
> ----- Original Message ----
> From: "Ghodgaonkar, Parag" <>
> To:
> Sent: Friday, December 14, 2007 4:19:11 PM
> Subject: Svn add command with force
> Hello everyone,
> I am relatively new to Ant and am trying to do an svn add as part of my
> build script.
> I can force svn to add recursively using the following command
> "svn add * --force".
> Unfortunately, I am not in the same directory that I need the add to
> work on.  It tries to do the add in the current directory, but I want
>  it
> to run in a different location that's under version control.
> Anyone come across something like this?
> Any help is really appreciated.
> Regards,
> Parag
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