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Re: Cleaning up work area with svn

From: Bas Mevissen <ml_at_basmevissen.nl>
Date: 2004-04-09 18:54:28 CEST

On Friday 09 April 2004 16:33, kfogel@collab.net wrote:
> If you "blow your checkin by forgetting to add a file", then that file
> will be one of the items removed by the cleanup, and you will lose it!
> This is exactly why Subversion probably shouldn't offer this feature. :-)

That could be trapped by taking the file in some local repository. But all
together, it is simply too complex.

Actually, the only place where it could have use is when you want to get rid
of your current working area and start with a clean fresh one.

But for that, a simple rm -rf and svn co or svn up will do.

Case closed.


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