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I want to do something like svn add dir1 dir2; svn ci dir1 dir2 but have it be only 1 revision. Is there a way to do this?

P.S. Is this the correct way to add new folders (with contents) to the repository? We are restructuring the trunk, so I cleared it out and plan on putting these directories with their contents in it.

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You can add, delete, edit as many files as you want in a single revision. When you commit the changes a revision is made, not when you do a single action such as add or remove a folder.

Just do everything you want to do THEN commit to the SVN.

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I don't think you understood the question. Like if I want to import this directory and that directory. Each one causes a revision. – person Jun 19 '10 at 0:02
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@person - no it doesn't. Only a svn ci causes a new revision. – richq Jun 19 '10 at 15:17
    
I agree with rq. The svn add doesn't do an implicit commit. If you do add without ci (aka commit), your directories are not added to the subversion repository. – Doug Harris Jul 27 '10 at 15:35

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