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Re: REPORT Request failed

From: John Peacock <jpeacock_at_rowman.com>
Date: 2004-03-12 18:20:43 CET

Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:

> * 'svn up' blows away the entire working copy (because that what it
> would do if some subdirectory had been deleted.)
>
> * 'svn up' prints an error saying that the WC reflects a
> no-longer-existent path.
>
> Right now we do the latter thing. Are you thinking of some 3rd option?
>

I think that you are talking about different levels. I believe Bryan is asking
about a subdirectory of a repository being deleted and how that affects other
WC's. You are talking about a "top level directory" and how that invalidates
all working copies of that directory.

If a developer deletes a subdirectory, then everyone else will get that update
(i.e. the subdirectory will be deleted), the next time they do an update at a
level above the subdirectory that was deleted. Right???

John

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