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Re: Delete files locally

From: Joshua Varner <jlvarner_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-11-01 00:52:16 CET

On 10/28/05, Philipp Hug <philipp@hug.cx> wrote:
> > 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
Non recursive checkouts are broken in general in subversion. See


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