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How to recover an uncommitted TSVN delete?

From: Armstrong, Eric <Eric.Armstrong_at_softwareag.com>
Date: Wed, 20 May 2015 23:41:01 +0000

I know. TSVN does not allow an SVN delete of uncommited files.
However, the 1.8.7 version that my organization endorses does allow
an SVN-delete of an uncommitted folder, as long as you have also
selected a committed file as part of the delete.

But since TSVN 1.8.7 doesn't think you can delete anything that hasn't
been committed, it doesn't put such files in the Recycle bin.

I'll see if that behavior still exists in 1.8.11. If it does, I'll file a bug.
In the meantime, the important question is:
Does anyone know of any good file-recovery utilities
I can use to back the folder (with many files and the
work that went into them) after an SVN-delete??

tia
eric

eric armstrong
Doc Wrangler & Usability Evangelist
AgileApps Live: Dynamic Case Management Solutions in the Cloud
eric.armstrong_at_softwareag.com<mailto:eric.armstrong_at_softwareag.com>

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