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Re: FEATURE: Something like a 'svn rebuild'

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_red-bean.com>
Date: Sat, 24 May 2008 12:16:01 -0400

"Sam Washburn" <swashburn_at_inovationeering.com> writes:
> Ryan Schmidt from the users list helped me track down the problem which
> apparently was that, somehow the pristine version of my local copy was
> updated, but not the repository. I'm not sure what caused this perhaps it
> was my then shaky net connection.
> His recommendation to me was to checkout a fresh copy and manually merge in
> the changes. Fortunately, this is not a big deal since there were only a
> couple of small files our of sync.

Well, would it have been a big deal if there were many files out of
sync? It's a very scriptable task.

> So, my feature recommendation would be something like a 'svn rebuild'
> command that would re-download and recreate all the .svn dirs and files
> inside of the working copy *without* modifying anything outside of the .svn
> (i.e. any local changes).
> The resulting rebuild would look as if someone checked out a fresh copy and
> manually made the changes. Files on the repo that are missing from the
> working copy would be marked as missing, and files on the working copy which
> are missing from the repo would be marked as unversioned.
> What do you think?

We could put it in svn, but I'm not sure how often the situation comes
up, and it's pretty easy to script when needed...


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