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Script for Adding Files to CVS

From: "andrew cooke" <andrew@...>

Date: Thu, 9 Feb 2006 11:11:11 -0300 (CLST)

CVS doesn't automatically recurse when adding files.  This can be a
nuisance when you want to add a deep hierarchy (for example, I have a lot
of reference documentation that I share across svereal machines using CVS,
and the J2EE tutorial has many sub-directories that all need to be added
separately).

The following is a simple recursive bash script that adds all files (and
directories) in a given directory and then calls itself on each
sub-directory.

To install, copy to a file in your PATH, check the path to bash (first
line), and give execute permission.

To use, typically you:
- add the root directory by hand:
    cvs add j2eetutorial14
- call this script to recursively add the contents
    cvs-all.sh j2eetutorial14

Andrew


#!/usr/bin/bash

dir=${1-"."}

pushd "$dir" > /dev/null

  echo -n "adding files in "
  pwd

  cvs add *

  for subdir in `ls -dp * | egrep "/$" | egrep -v "CVS"`
  do
    "$0" "$subdir"
  done

popd > /dev/null

No Need for pushd

From: "andrew cooke" <andrew@...>

Date: Fri, 10 Feb 2006 11:20:36 -0300 (CLST)

The pushing/popping is unnecessary, I think - it would be enough to use cd
and rely on the process stack (or whatever it's called).

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