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deleting a project?

From: Mitchell Stone <sidhe_at_rocketmail.com>
Date: 2005-11-29 19:30:14 CET

I have a subversion repository set up with multiple projects. There's one
project that needs to be archived and deleted from the server - no further
development is being done on it. I know I can delete all the files from my
local copy, then do a commit, but that doesn't clear off the historical files
from the svn database. I know svn is designed not to loose any historical
data, but we need to free up the space on the server. Is there a way to do
this safely without affecting the other projects?

Thanks, Mitch

        
                
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