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Re: Reconstructing the .svn directory

From: Greg Shaw <greg_at_decisionware.com.au>
Date: 2006-08-07 04:03:51 CEST

On Mon, 2006-08-07 at 11:32 +1000, Peter McNab wrote:
> Greg Shaw wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Part of my development process is to delete and regenerate an entire
> > directory of code. (I know, why put it under source control, but it is).
> > My problem is that I often inadvertently also delete .svn directories
> > in this and sub-directories.
> ...
> > Is there an easier way? All I want is to retrieve the .svn directory
> > from the repository for a given sub-directory.
> >
> > Thanks,
> >
> Maybe SVN Export to a non WC folder and you can happily delete and
> re-create that one at will. When you update your WC just remember to
> re-export to the separate folder. You could automate the process by
> installing SVN and writing a couple of batch files to combine the
> processes by calling SVN direct.
>
> Peter

Peter,
Yes, I could automate the manual process I have been doing and you have
given me some ideas. I was just asking in case there was a simple
command to rebuild the .svn directory without disturbing the source
files.

Thanks, Greg.
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