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Re: How to Recover from TSVN Delete

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 3 Mar 2011 16:24:18 +0000

On 3 March 2011 15:43, ray <ray_at_aarden.us> wrote:
> I have an uncontrolled folder next to my versioned working folder.  I
> 'copied' a file from the repository to it and it became controlled.  I
> used TSVN delete to remove the file and the folder still had the .svn
> file, so I deleted it.  The folder shows an exclamaition mark in red.
> How do I clear out the overlay?
> (I was attempting to view an older revision.  I still don't know how
> to pull one out just to look at it.)

You'll need a much clearer description of what you did before we can
help you. For example what do you mean by "I 'copied' a file from the
repository"? There are many ways to copy, both within subversion and
using Windows native copy.

What did you want to do?


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