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Usage question: unversioning a file

From: Wadsworth, Eric (Contractor) <wadswore_at_fhu.disa.mil>
Date: 2003-07-10 03:02:41 CEST

Hello, subversionists.

Is this the right place to ask a usage question? If not, perhaps someone
could let me know where to post a question of this nature. If so, then here
is my question:

Let's say I do these commands:
        svn add myprj
        svn ci -m "added my project"

Then I notice that the myprj subdirectory contains a couple of derivative
files, that I really don't want under version control (like, say,
myprj/myprj.jar). If I do:
        svn rm myprj/myprj.jar
then whenever I do "svn up" won't it delete my .jar file? I don't want it
deleted, I just want it... unversioned?

Of course, the proper thing is to not add stuff into the repository that you
don't want there. But I ^H^H^H someone has already done that, so what's the
best way to attain a clean repository at this point?


--- Eric

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Received on Thu Jul 10 03:03:42 2003

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