[TxMt] Automated way to keep SVN repository in sync with local files?

Sean Schertell sean at datafly.net
Sat Feb 25 02:20:26 UTC 2006

This might be a dumb question, but is there ANY elegant solution for  
keeping my Subversion repository in sync with my local files  
*including* adding files, deleting files, renaming files?  I'm really  
trying to get religious about keeping all my projects under version  
control, but I find it such a pain in the arse to have to remember to  
do svn add, svn delete, svn rename whenever I decide to reorganize my  
project files.  In every project I do, I always get to a point about  
halfway in where I say -- okay, this is messy -- let's combine these  
files, delete this one, and rename these more descriptively.  Then my  
SVN repository gets all out of whack and refuses to let me make  
anymore commits, and that's the end of version control for that  
project.  Happens every time.

It would be so nice if I could sync my TM project to my SVN  
repository directly.  If I rename something in the drawer, it gets  
renamed in the repository too.  Delete files?  Add files?  Same  
thing.  Is there some way to do this already?  If not, how do you  
guys handle this issue?  And if not, any chance of adding this  
functionality in a future release?  Could a bundle be created to do  


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