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Re: how to undo an "svn add"?

From: Glenn E. Sieb <ges_at_cibernet.com>
Date: 2005-01-14 18:50:39 CET

Robert P. J. Day wrote:

> sorry, i really should know how to do this, but i just "svn add"ed a
>sizable directory, only to notice that there were some libraries that
>should have been cleaned out before i did the add.
>
> i know i can commit this, then remove the offending libs, but i'd
>rather just make this a single commit. how do i undo the addition of
>that directory, so i can clean and re-add?
>
> i tried variations on "svn revert" but i can't seem to find the
>incantation. thanks.
>
>
svn revert maybe?

Best,
G.

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