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Re: file is removed upon svn update of a locally modified file that is deleted on the server

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Fri, 25 Apr 2008 09:43:44 +0100

2008/4/25 Remco de Keijzer <remco.de.keijzer_at_meco.nl>:
> Today I performed a "SVN Update" on my repository. A colleague had
> (re-)moved two files on the server. Those same files were modified by me
> locally.
> The update screen reported both files as deleted (which is good). One of the
> files was still available on my HDD, the other one was actually deleted from
> my HDD as well (which is not so good).
> I would say that it is safest to keep any modified files on the HDD, even if
> the files are deleted from the server. If so, you can still view your
> changes and apply them to any new file(s).

That is exactly what *should* happen. Please can you report this on
the users _at_ subversion.tigris.org mailing list. Someone else has
reported something similar (not exactly the same, but same effect) in
the last couple of days (on the subversion dev list), so more evidence
would be useful.



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