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Re: Module removal

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2001-06-07 21:06:07 CEST

Jacek Prucia <jacek.prucia@7bulls.com> writes:

> Let suppose i'm doing an import of fresh module into repository like this
> svn import file:///repository/
> ..which results in a directory /project (and several files/directories
> inside). What if I want to remove entire /project directory? Sure, I can
> 'svn delete' everything, but that would remove just files inside /project,
> not the directory itself. Just removing directory by hand did the trick for
> CVS repository. Subversion's repository however relies on BerkeleyDB, and I
> can't modify it by hand. This isn't a big issue, but it may lead to
> repository being filled up with zombie directories. Maybe another option
> for 'svnadmin' could solve that?

Simple answer: check out the repository's root directory, 'svn rm
project', commit.

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