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Re: un-version controlling files/projects

From: Scott Morris <scott_at_4mation.com.au>
Date: 2006-03-21 06:35:44 CET

Lübbe Onken wrote:
> Tehmurasp Ghyara wrote:
>> taka torimoto scribbled on 2006-03-15 3:36 AM:
>>> Once I have a tree full of files under version control with
>>> Subversion/TortoiseSVN, how do I "un-version control" it (and lose
>>> all of its overlay icons of course)?
>>> In other words, how do I remove projects/files from SVN
>>> repository/control, without losing the working files in my local
>>> directory?
>> Look for and remove all .svn folders.
> Which is a PITA. Better "export" your working copy which will give you a
> clean directory structure without the .svn folders. Then you can remove /
> rename the folders any way you like.
> Cheers
> - Lübbe

Apologies if this should be a new question (but I'm not sure how to post

A lot of my unversion-controlled files (for some reason) have suddenly
become scheduled to be added to the repository (ie they have a blue plus
icon overlay). How do I unschedule them?? THere is no delete or ignore



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