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Re: (no subject)

From: Ryan J Ollos <ryano_at_physiosonics.com>
Date: Sat, 2 Jan 2010 01:08:14 -0800 (PST)

Jimmy J. Johnson-2 wrote:
> I have two files in a directory with a red "X" over the icon indicating
> "some files or folders inside the current folder have been scheduled to be
> deleted from version control or a file under version control is missing in
> a
> folder." I don't understand this. I want the files under version
> control;
> also the files are in my working folder.
> So.how do I version these files?

Right click on the Parent directory and select TortoiseSVN -> Revert. Select
the files for which you would like to revert the state. You lose any local
changes to the files, but they will no longer be scheduled for deletion.

Its okay to ask questions, but this is pretty basic. You'd be advised to
read the TortoiseSVN Daily Use Guide:

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