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Undo import

From: Jeroen Coumans <jeroen_at_jeroencoumans.nl>
Date: 2004-05-27 20:11:17 CEST


Earlier today, I accidently imported a project into a directory which
should actually have gone to a subdirectory. A lot of files and
directories were in /repos/plugins/, while they actually should have
gone to /repos/plugins/foo/.

I had quite some trouble trying to undo this, (manually svn moving them
one by one would be too much work) and finally resorted to svn delete
and svn add. I suspect there would have been a much easier way, eg.
retrieving the older revision and using that one to import the files.
But how would I do that?


Jeroen Coumans
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