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Recovering from an TortoiseSVN crash

From: Dave Merrill <dmerrill_at_usa.net>
Date: 2006-02-04 03:18:26 CET


TortoiseSVN crashed while I was trying to move everything at the top level
of a working copy into a new folder I'd created there. It left some files
moved and some not; I didn't do an exact inventory.

I thought the best thing to do from there would be to revert to the previous
version, but when I did that, the result was that all files were deleted, at
all levels, leaving only empty directories, several of which were flagged
for deletion judging by their icons.

For safety's sake, I did a checkout from that prior version into a new
directory, and that worked, but all files appear modified at the time I
checked them out.

Is this likely to be the best I can do from here? Any other ideas?

Have other people had trouble doing this kind of move?


Dave Merrill

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