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How to "forget" a folder was ever checked-out?

From: B. C. Lench <bclench_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 22 May 2017 17:15:42 -0700 (PDT)

In the repository, one particular directory contains about 30 sub-directories. I recursively checked-out all the sub-directories. Now, if I delete a sub-directory then commit the parent, the changes-list lists the sub-directory and its contents, as "missing".

On another machine, a few individual sub-directories were checked-out. When I commit the [same] parent, the changes-list does not complain about the many sub-directories that are not present in the sandbox (yet are in the repository).

What I was looking for was a way to get SVN to "forget" a sub-directory had been checked-out - so it won't be listed as "missing".

I guess I could explicitly "ignore" a sub-directory, then delete it(?) I'm just not sure this won't come back to haunt me - should I ever want to check-out the "ignored" sub-directory.

Any help is appreciated!


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