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what to do when schedule-add directory is missing?

From: Brian Denny <brian_at_briandenny.net>
Date: 2003-06-08 04:04:21 CEST

This came up in the earlier discussion of r5814 (Issue #1075) with Philip.

Let's say you do:

% svn mkdir abc # schedules 'abc' for addition

% rm -rf abc # normal filesystem rm

% svn st # reports 'abc' as 'missing'

% svn up ## what should this do?

Pre-5814, it gave a "working copy not locked" error.
Post-5814, it deletes the parent dir's entry for 'abc'.

I think that the optimal solution might be to do nothing --
keep the entry and give no error, so that 'abc' remains 'missing'.

What do others think?


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