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Re: Delete files locally

From: Philipp Hug <philipp_at_hug.cx>
Date: 2005-10-28 21:30:25 CEST

> Or do you mean an update of a non-existing 'somedir'? Ok, yes, that's
> not possible with TSVN.
Yes, that's what I mean..

> Just delete the folder. That's it.
Well if you used the "update somedir" approach, this folder will still be in
the entries file and will be redownloaded if you do an "svn update" on the
parent directory...

> You don't have to "update" a non-existing directory. A checkout will
> work too. If you specify the correct location for the checkout, it
> should work as well.
Yes, this is possible, but has some disadvantages:
1. As far as I understand, you do now have 2 completely separate working
copies
2. if you do a commit on the parent directory it won't commit the separately
checked out subdir.

> > * An option to "locally remove" a directory from the working copy...
> Simply delete the directory.
See above...

philipp

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