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Re: stupid administrator question

From: Ben Reser <ben_at_reser.org>
Date: 2004-03-17 07:53:37 CET

On Tue, Mar 16, 2004 at 01:41:06PM -0800, Brian Field wrote:
> I am trying to set up and use an SVN library then once it is working,
> convince my boss to use it. I installed 1.0 and set up a repository. I
> think imported my source code to a "trunk" directory, I also imported a tag
> version. I copied from the trunk to a branch version, using an Eclipse
> plugin, Subclipse (more on that in a minute). Whilst trying a few things
> and attempting to do something else, I inadvertently deleted my branch
> version from the repository. I still have the project in eclipse. with all
> the svn folders and data.
> How can I recreate the branch version with what I have in my working copy.
> It won't commit (gets on error about not finding the repository files,
> understandable!).
> If I just take out the svn folders and data then re import into the branch,
> will I be able to merge the changes I have made at a latter date?
> I tried using SVN Tortoise as well, seems to work better than Subclipse,
> but I still don't know how to recreate the branch version form the working
> copy.

If by deleted you mean svn rm (not a dump/reload without the files) then
just follow the instructions on how to restore things:

P.S. use questions belong on the user@ list not dev@ list.

Ben Reser <ben@reser.org>
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- H.L. Mencken
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Received on Wed Mar 17 07:53:56 2004

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