Automatically 'svn add'ing files created outside Rubymine?

Is there a setting in Rubymine that gives the user a choice to add new files created outside of RM during commit?  I moved some files around in the command prompt and RM only detected the "deleted" ones but not the new ones (and directories).

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Hello Tiem,

Is there a setting in Rubymine that gives the user a choice to add new files created outside of RM during commit?  I moved some files around in the command prompt and RM only detected the "deleted" ones but not the new ones (and directories).

Please use File | Synchronize, if new files are located under project content roots they should appear in Unversioned files section Changes

Regards,
Oleg

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Hi Oleg,

I tried that, but it didn't seem to work.  Here's what I did:

In the command prompt, I made a blank test.html file in the public folder of my Rails project.  I went to RM and did a File -> Synchronize.  The file appears in the project view tree with red text.  I then try to do a SVN commit from RM (expecting these files to be automatically 'svn add'ed), but instead a "No changes detected" popup appears.

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Hi Tiem,

Open "9. Changes" tool window at bottom of RM frame, check your change lists including "Unversioned Files". You can unversioned files (highlighted with red color) to svn using context ment.

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In the command prompt, I made a blank test.html file in the public folder of my Rails project.  I went to RM and did a File -> Synchronize.  The file appears in the project view tree with red text.  I then try to do a SVN commit from RM (expecting these files to be automatically 'svn add'ed), but instead a "No changes detected" popup appears.

You can right click on the red file and in context menu select Add to VCS.

Regards,
Oleg

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So there's no way to get those new files to show up in the main commit  (cmd-k) window? I am constantly forgetting to add them and having broken commits.

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