Staging/committing a long series of Subversion commits
blair at orcaware.com
Sat Jan 29 12:10:47 PST 2011
On Jan 29, 2011, at 12:00 PM, Larry Gilbert wrote:
> I want to be able to work on and commit a series of 21(!) ports that someone has submitted:
> Normally there is one commit per port. That makes 21 commits. I have found Git to be very useful in staging and performing a long series of commits to Subversion, but Git doesn't support Subversion keyword expansion, which the MacPorts Project relies upon.
> So I was wondering if someone has a technique they know of or like to use for doing something like this that remains compatible with Subversion and its keyword expansion. Right now the best thing I can think of is using a tool like Quilt to build up a series of patches, then doing some shell magic to commit them all to Subversion one at a time.
You could try the 'svn changelist' command, put each set of files in a separate changelist, then commit each separately with 'svn commit --changelist'. I haven't used this command myself so would like to know if it works out.
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