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RE: READ ME: working copy ickiness!

From: John Barstow <John_Barstow_at_gfsg.co.nz>
Date: 2003-01-14 23:14:56 CET

> 'svn revert' just copies the text-base on top of the working file.
> But the whole point here is that the text-bases are *wrong*. They're
> wrong in the sense that the text-bases no longer are identical to
> what's in the repository, which is our cardinal rule.

Hmmm... perhaps there should be a command or option that forces an update of
the text-base from the repository. After all, your example alters the
text-base by hand intentionally, but someone could do that accidentally; for
example, using a wildcard that affects more files than intended.

'svn restore' or somesuch. Thoughts?

John C Barstow

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