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Re: Help: deleting package roots in eclipse broke svn

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-04-11 03:41:00 CEST

Brad Cox wrote:

> Note src and src/edu/virtuascool/jwaa have .svn directories, src/edu and
> src/edu/virtualschool do not.

So eclipse destroyed the .svn/ directories in two of the intermediate
folders in your tree.

Answer: you're screwed. There's no way to get those administrative
areas back.

The only thing you can do is delete the entire 'edu' directory ('rm -rf
edu), and run 'svn up' to have that whole sub-tree re-added by the
subversion server.

If you have irreplaceable data somewhere within that sub-tree (either
important unversioned data, or locally edited versioned data), then
carefully move it out beforehand, and move it back in after the update.

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Received on Sun Apr 11 03:41:00 2004

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