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undo add before commit?

From: Scobie Smith <devcom_at_infinitiv.com>
Date: 2007-08-21 20:15:51 CEST



(I'm new to Subversion and Tortoise.) I added several folders and files to our
repository. However, before I did a commit, I realized that I included a lot
of files that should not go in the repository (like bin and obj folders). Is
there a way to undo the add? I proceeded to commit, but committed only the
correct files (unchecked bin, obj, etc.). So, I am left in a state where
numerous files are regarded as modified (to add), but I do not want to add or
commit these. I would like to undo the add, but this is before the commit. Can
I undo this? (Or do I need to commit, then delete from the repository? I hope
not, because it is a lot-and a delete leaves stuff in the repository.)


Thanks for your patience with a newbie.


Scobie Smith

Received on Tue Aug 21 20:13:18 2007

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