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Re: [TSVN] How can I exclude some files from revision control

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2004-10-16 18:51:52 CEST

professor_chen@adontendev.com wrote:
> the "remove' command does not appear on my TSVN menu. I am using TSVN 1.0.1
> and Subversion 1.0.1. Shoud they appear on my menu?

Ok, first: please, please update TSVN as fast as possible! The 1.0.1
version is really old, and many, many, many bugs have been fixed since
then. Also, you should update your server to at least 1.0.8 because
there have been bugfixes too, including some security related ones. And
of course one really annoying bug which only affects TSVN (or the
command line client if you use full paths and not relative ones) and
lead to interrupted updates which could only be solved by deleting a
whole working copy folder and do a fresh checkout of it.

(If you're worried about compatibility between server and client: don't
be! They're fully compatible, as long as the first number is the same
(the '1'.x.x) )

That said:
My mistake: the menu entry is called "Delete" and not "Remove". And of
course that menu entry will only be shown if you right-click on a
versioned file - the command doesn't make sense for unversioned files.


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