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

From: Gavin Lambert <tsvn_at_mirality.co.nz>
Date: Mon, 12 Jun 2017 14:53:55 +1200

On 23/05/2017 12:15, B. C. Lench wrote:
> 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".

Right-click on the *parent* folder of the one you want to forget, then
select TortoiseSVN -> Update to Revision, then select Choose Items and
untick the folder you want to forget.

The folder will still be in the repository but should no longer be
included in your local working copy.


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