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Re: Status 'missing'

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 16 Oct 2014 08:54:51 +0100

On 15 October 2014 18:16, H Miri <hmiri_at_me.com> wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> I have removed a folder from my local working copy which was also removed
> from the repository, but every time I browse the repository, it still says
> that directory is missing, hence tree structure conflict, etc...

There is no 'missing' status for the repository. You must mean working
copy. Please try to be clearer.

> How do I rectify this, so that all trace of that removed folder is
> eliminated?
> Obviously I have removed it incorrectly, and I'm afraid I don't recall how
> incorrectly, but there is surely a way of putting this right?
> Can someone please help me understand this issue and how to correct it?

Most likely you removed it using a normal windows delete rather than using
Subversion/TSVN. That would mark the item as missing in the working copy
(because subversion knows it should be there but the physical file/folder
is not present).

Try using 'revert' to get back the missing directory first. If it is
already deleted in the repository then simply updating your working copy
will make it go away properly. If it is not deleted in the repo and you
want to delete it then use TSVN->Delete to get rid of it and commit the



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