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From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 08 Apr 2009 19:12:12 +0200

Egbert Wietses wrote:
> What if you have 20 checkouts over different work stations and there are
> non-versioned files.
> One day you decide to make one of those non-versioned files versioned
> and you want your file to overwrite the local files on an update action.
> Is this possible?

If you version a file and commit it, then on another workstation you run
update, the now versioned file does not overwrite the existing one but
gets 'merged' with it. The file that already exists will still be there
with the same content as before, but it's marked as 'modified'.
You can then revert those local changes and you have the file as it is
in the repository.


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