best way to add unknowns from the command line?
mbp at sourcefrog.net
Wed Mar 21 22:31:37 UTC 2012
On 22 March 2012 08:08, Chris Hecker <checker at d6.com> wrote:
> I'm in some subdir of my project. I run a bzr st, and find I have some
> unknown files I want to add (not all of the listed unknown files).
> There seems to be no subdir independent way to add these from the
> command line. The branch-root-relative way they're listed doesn't work,
> since bar add takes a cwd relative path. There's no ROOT: type modifier
> (which would help with all commands). You basically have to do
> something lame like:
> bzr unknowns:
> bzr add ../../../lib/foo.c
> as far as I can tell. Is there some cool way to do this?
> bzr qadd takes forever to launch because it expands entire unknown
> directories on load, which is silly.
I might do
pushd `bzr root`
bzr add lib/foo.c
but, a root-relative option, or an `add --interactive` might be nice.
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