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Re: Unlinking local folder from repository

From: Sven Probst <sven.probst_at_ilt.fraunhofer.de>
Date: 2006-07-19 19:12:49 CEST

Andy Levy schrieb:
> 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.

I'm using svn client 1.3.2.
If I just enter "svn export ." in the working copy, I get an error
message that an existing file can not be created.
If I enter "svn export --force ." the directoy stays under version control.

Does this work in a different way with a newer client ?


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