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Re: Delete/Undelete modified working copy

From: Jan Hendrik <jan.hendrik_at_bigfoot.com>
Date: 2004-05-27 11:05:20 CEST

Concerning Delete/Undelete modified working co
Vincent Thornley wrote on 26 May 2004, 14:48, at least in part:

> 1. Can the Windows SVN client be changed to move deleted files to the
> recycle bin, rather than completely deleting them?

I would rather *not* like to have SVN (or any other app for that
matter) filling up the recycle bin as in practice it means dealing
twice with the stuff I wanna get rid of. FWIW I have turned off the
bin for all drives except the own data partition - where I about
always use CTRL-DEL though. YMMV, but for accidents like the
one you had there are

1) regular backups of your own data (daily, hourly, automatically,
just what fits your needs best);

2) tools like DriveRescue which are especially effective in cases
you notice a mistake just after hitting the wrong button.

Jan Hendrik

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