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Re: Reconstructing the .svn directory

From: Daniel Atallah <daniel.atallah_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-08-07 04:16:07 CEST

On 8/6/06, Greg Shaw <greg@decisionware.com.au> wrote:
> Currently my only means of reconstructing the .svn directories is to
> change the name of the current directory, checkout a new copy, move the
> .svn directory to the renamed directory, delete the checked out
> directory and finally change the name of the original directory back to
> what it was.

This is actually kind of dangerous - if there had been changes to the
repository between the time of the original checkout/last update and
when you are checking out the HEAD revision, those changes will
effectively be lost without your knowledge.

> 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.

This is really impossible - if the .svn directory is removed, there is
no way to know what the revisions of the original files were.


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