On Mon, Mar 30, 2009 at 04:09:29PM -0700, Sophie wrote:
> I am using an OSX app which keeps its work in "package" format i.e. as
> a directory with internal files and sub-directories, but made to look
> like a single file to the Finder. The application creates & deletes
> sub-directories as I work.
> I tried to use SVN to version control. SVN needs to store a .svn
> directory within every managed directory, and SVN got quite messed up
> when the application removed a sub-directory (with its nested .svn).
> Will Git work OK with this kind of workflow (I may not have all the
> git terms right) ?
> - create nested directory structure
> - check-in or "commit" it to git
> - edit directory structure (create | delete sub-dirs) at operating
> system level
> - check-in or "commit" new structure to git
> If so, any pointers to the correct "git" terminology and steps to
> follow would be much appreciated!

  git commit -a should cover the removals, but it will not automatically
add untracked files; so you need to do

        git add -A .

in the root project directory and then git commit.

                                Petr "Pasky" Baudis
The average, healthy, well-adjusted adult gets up at seven-thirty
in the morning feeling just terrible. -- Jean Kerr

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