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stupid question (after couple of months with subversion)

From: Miroslav Zubcic <mvz_at_crol.net>
Date: 2002-02-27 19:59:54 CET

As subject line said, I have very simple or stupid question about
working with subversion.

Let's say that i have working copy, and I change/add/delete couple of
files, commit and `svn st' will show me status of working copy.

How can I get clean situation in working copy after that? (No output
from `st').

Currently I have to revert modified files, delete new added files, and
that run `svn up' to get all this again from server and to have clean

Is there some /easier/ way to do this? How you guys are doing
this every-day operations?

Sorry about this simple question on development list, but there is no
"user" list for subversion/svn AFAIK.

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