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Re: How to Recover from TSVN Delete

From: ray <ray_at_aarden.us>
Date: Thu, 3 Mar 2011 17:29:46 -0800 (PST)

On Mar 3, 5:03 pm, Felix Saphir <felix.sap..._at_kantarmedia.de> wrote:
> 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.
> Felix


Thanks for the input.

The 'Update' sounds simple. But I can't figure out just what the
steps are. It seems like I will only overwrite the newest file.
Would you please suggest a process?

Thank you,


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