On Wed, Oct 19, 2005 at 01:04:24PM +1000, Steven Moore wrote:
> I'm a CVS user who is changing to SVN, the only thing I'm finding missing is an ability to delete your working copy. From what I can gather, the SVN repository tracks checkouts, so I didn't want to delete it manually. Is there any way to tell the repository you no longer have a working copy, or is it okay to delete manually.
I don't believe the server tracks checkouts at all. There may be some
tracking wrt locks on a per-file basis, but I don't know how that's
implemented (don't use locks). If you don't do locks either you should
be able to just delete the WC and be done. If you do use locks, you
probably need to just make sure you don't have anything locked before
deleting the WC.
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