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Re: How to Recover from TSVN Delete

From: Felix Saphir <felix.saphir_at_kantarmedia.de>
Date: Fri, 04 Mar 2011 00:03:36 +0100

Am 03.03.2011 16:43, schrieb ray:
> 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

You shouldn't use TSVN delete if you don't want the file to be removed
from the repository.

> 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?

What exactly does "check for modifications" on that folder say? The
overlay can be wrong for some time, if the TSVNCache hasn't crawled the
directory yet. You can trigger that by doing a cleanup.

> (I was attempting to view an older revision. I still don't know how
> to pull one out just to look at it.)

You can use "Update to revision ..." from the submenu to check out a
specific revision.



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