Readd all files is missing from svn repo

svn status | grep "^\?" | awk '{print $2}' | xargs svn add
When working on a big proeject with SVN, you create quite much files, for now! Can just sit here and type svn add for all of them! svn status will return a list of all of file which get ?(not add), "M"(Modified), "D"(Deleted)! This code just grep "?" flag, then add it into SVN again!

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By: kureikain
2010-08-14 18:56:15

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I'ved used this exact command for a long time now. Very helpful.
erikhansen · 410 weeks and 1 day ago

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