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Re: Inadvertent Deletion of Files and Folders

From: John W. (Jack) Cane <jwcane_at_enwphotos.com>
Date: Tue, 6 Aug 2013 21:50:21 -0400

Found the 'Revert' action, which fixed everything (I think).

But I still need to understand how I can drop items from the repository. Previously I had committed content that did not need to be saved. Now I would like to remove that content from my repository.

Would also like to know how to determine capacity of my repository and how close my content is, to reaching that limit.

Pointers to relevant documentation will suffice, I think.

from iMac

On Aug 6, 2013, at 9:31 PM, Jack Cane <jwcane_at_enwphotos.com> wrote:

> Please advise if there is a way to undelete files accidentally deleted from SVN. I had intended only to remove them from the depository, but they were also deleted from my hard drive.


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