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Re: Unversion a working copy - Again.

From: Gabri Shally <gabri.ns_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 16 Aug 2013 21:19:37 +0700

On Aug 16, 2013 8:57 PM, "Huber Philipp (Helbling Technik)" <
philipp.huber_at_helbling.ch> wrote:
> Hi guys
> I’m a big fan of TortoiseSVN and using it since its beginning. However,
every now and then, I miss the following feature:
> Author
> lahtijuk
> Full name
> Jukka Lahtinen
> Date
> 2009-07-23 04:17:18 PDT
> Message
> Is there a way to remove files from the repository so that they won't get
deleted when somebody else does svn update?

there is an option called "unversion and > add to ignore list"
on next update, if one has modified this file, there will be conflict and
they will be asked, whether to remove or keep the local copy. still, your
file will be deleted.

i agree with philipp.huber, there should be an option to just unversion the
file. if unversion make the file to be deleted on each working copy, then
what is the different between unversion and delete command?

if it is that there is no possibility to do that because of the underlying
svn not support it, i think thus command "add to ignore list" should be
moved under "delete", and then remove the "unversion" command. or, could
you add option "do nothing" under "unversion and", that not delete local
copy after?



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