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Re: Unlinking local folder from repository

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-07-19 18:40:24 CEST

On 7/19/06, Brian Vaughn <moogphp@gmail.com> wrote:
> I have a folder (with subfolders) that I had linked to the repo, thus a
> working folder.
> I want to keep the folders and the files that are in them, but I don't want
> that folder to be linked to the repo anymore. I want to change it from a
> working folder to just a normal folder.
> I've searched the list and checked the FAQ, but can't find anywhere that
> explains how to "unlink" a folder from a repo. I don't want to delete the
> folder or the files.

2 ways:

(Risky, tedious) Delete all .svn directories from the WC
(Much safer) Export the directory to another location, delete the WC,
then move the exported copy back.

Be aware that any changes made since your last commit will probably
NOT make it to the exported copy.

This is easier from the command line (unless I'm missing something in
TSVN), as you can cd into the WC directory, run "svn export ." and
it'll clean everything up for you.

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Received on Wed Jul 19 18:40:40 2006

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