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Re: How to 'un-checkout' a folder?

From: Peter McNab <mcnab_p_at_melbpc.org.au>
Date: 2006-12-17 07:34:22 CET

Mark Bavis wrote:
> Peter McNab <mcnab_p@...> writes:
>> If the modified files you want to keep are checked into the repository
>> and the repository is up to date then do
>> "Export" of the folder of files you want to pull from revision control
>> to a safe location away from your current WC.
>> "SVN Delete" of the unwanted WC folder.
>> Commit the deleted folder.
>> Voila!
>> Don't forget, that the folder of files remain in the repository in
>> revisions earlier that the revision generated by your commit so if you
>> checkout or revert to an earlier rev they will pop up in the WC again.
>> Peter
> Can I export these files even if they are not
> checked into the repository?
So another way is to copy just the wanted folder(s) and files to another
Then manually delete all the contained and normally hidden .svn folders
from the copy so it's physically the same as if you had exported them
from the repository.

> My development of the project kind of went...
> off course from the way the project
> was supposed to go, but I still want
> to keep some of the codes for my own
> benefit for my own projects.
> Also, where is the SVN Delete command? Thanks,
When you right click on a versioned folder or file you should see a menu
item "SVN Delete".
If not it may be necessary to then click the TortoiseSVN menu item to
expand the full range of menu items.

Remember, after marking files for deletion from the repository it is
necessary to commit the change for it to take full effect.


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Received on Sun Dec 17 07:34:32 2006

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