symfony & svn & Linux/Unix

I know lots of people use symfony in Linux or Unix operating system as we all know right now there isn’t any free program to use like tortoise in windows.

Yesterday I finally found a good solution.

This bash script simply search through all the files that are not under version control and it simply ignores the files under cache, log and config folder.

I hope it helps you out.
(make a file with sh extension the chmod it to 755 and put it in the parents folder to avoid adding it to the version control)

svn st | grep “^\?” | grep -v config | grep -v cache | awk “{print \$2}” | xargs svn add $1

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  1. #1 by Rod.ne3 on 18/04/2011 - 6:46 AM

    Hi,

    I use nautilusSVN on linux and tortoiseSVN on windows. For me nautilusSVN is very similar to tortoiseSVN.

    NautilusSVN is now known as RabbitVCS. You can read more about it here http://rabbitvcs.org/.

    • #2 by Im a programmer on 18/04/2011 - 11:41 PM

      Well as I know for mac there isn’t any program yet(There is one but it’s not free;) )

  2. #3 by Rod.ne3 on 21/04/2011 - 9:46 AM

    Oh Sorry. I thought you were talking about version control on linux. Lets hope some developers feel inclined to write one for the Mac 🙂

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