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Re: unadd

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Fri, 25 Jul 2008 22:38:25 +0100

2008/7/25 Bernhard Merkle <bernhard.merkle_at_googlemail.com>:
> On 25 Jul., 22:01, Josiah <josiahman..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
>> If I add a file and decide that I didn't actually want to add it, is
>> there a way to unadd the file. If so, it isn't obvious how to do so,
>> and you may consider making the button more obvious. It seems like
>> delete would be the opposite of add, but delete typically deletes the
>> file (as in really gets rid of it), and I want the file around still -
>> just not in the repository.

Josiah, did you read the entry for 'delete' in the help file,
specifically "Delete (keep local)"?


> use "revert" to undo a operation (add/delete/edit/etc) which you have
> not yet commited against the repository.

Absolutely correct, but in 1.5 it is even easier - it is now called
"Undo Add" in the context menu if you are reverting only added items

But it sounds like the OP really wanted to unversion a file.


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