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[TSVN] Re: directory deletion

From: Paul Skiter <pskiter_at_piesystems.net>
Date: 2005-04-30 19:30:28 CEST

SteveKing <steveking <at> gmx.ch> writes:

> Subversion keeps important information in hidden '.svn' folders inside
> each folder under version control. So if you delete a folder without
> using Subversion, that information get's lost too. And then Subversion
> can't work properly anymore.
> If you just delete a file, the '.svn' folder is still there and
> Subversion will delete the file from version control automatically on
> the next commit.
> Stefan

 In my opinion, this is TortoiseSVN bug, indeed, because 'svn commit' works
 fine committing externaly deleted folders. RapidSVN works fine too.
 I suppose that Subversion keeps important information about the deleted
 folder in the nondeleted '.svn' folder of its parent.

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Received on Sat Apr 30 20:25:56 2005

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