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Re: Reconstructing the .svn directory

From: Gavin Lambert <tsvn_at_mirality.co.nz>
Date: 2006-08-07 04:31:01 CEST

Quoth Daniel Atallah:
> 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.

Yeah. It's better to archive your original .svn folder somewhere else
temporarily and then restore it afterwards, if you *really* must delete
the folder.

Are you absolutely sure you have to delete the whole folder? VS2005
doesn't require that for anything that I'm working on -- at most, if
you're paranoid, you need to delete some of the contents of a folder,
not the whole folder.

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