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Re: [Subclipse-users] How to move/copy/delete WITHOUT affecting svn?

From: Tom Walter <walter.tom_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 15 Feb 2008 13:08:14 +1100

> Most of these operations will break your working copy if we do not
> catch them.
Fair enough. I have a pretty good understanding of SVN, so I know what
the implications are, but I can see how it could get messy for those who
don't. I'm happy to drop back to the command line when I need to do this
stuff, but thought I'd check if it was possible.

My most frequent use case is when a merge has resulted in conflicts and
put those merge-right/left files in a directory. Often I don't want to
resolve each conflict but just say in effect 'use right' or 'use left',
without having to open the file, copy the contents, paste into the main
one, save, delete the others and re-commit. Maybe a more reasonable
feature request would be a shortcut for that situation? Below Edit
conflicts in the team menu perhaps? Use Right, Use Left?
> Disconnect the project and leave the SVN
> metadata if you want to do it.
This sounds like the best workaround for me for now. Thank you.

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