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Re: README.txt, dav, db, etc. in repository

From: C. Michael Pilato <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-11-19 21:25:10 CET

"Joe Cooper" <joe@enthought.com> writes:

> > Chances are real good that the db, dav, hooks stuff *in* the
> > repository don't actually represent the repository itself. This kinda
> > thing can happen if someone runs 'svnadmin create' in a working copy,
> > and then accidentally commits the little repos they made.
> Thanks for the quick reply Michael.
> So, do I 'svn delete' in a working copy? I actually have all of the
> files in those directories, and such, in a checkout--so won't that
> remove them out from under the repo? I'm still new to svn at this
> point, and so I'm not quite sure how this kind of thing would play
> out...

Yep. 'svn delete' the things you don't want, then 'svn commit'.
Also, allow me to point you to http://svnbook.red-bean.com/.

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