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Re: How can I ignoring a commit and moving past it?

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2005_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2005-02-26 23:24:50 CET

On 2/25/05 5:55 PM, "Gary Affonso" <glists@greywether.com> wrote:

> Is there a way to, in essence, ignore the fact that commits 76 and 76
> ever
> happened? Or delete them? Or commit "around them"? Or something?

On 26.02.2005, at 19:31, Gary Affonso wrote:

> 1) duplicate the current working copy (via export or whatever)

Using "export" will leave you with a copy that cannot be used as a
working copy. It won't have the ".svn" directories in it. That's the
purpose of the "export" command. You'd need to actually make a complete
copy of your working copy, including the ".svn" directories. You could
duplicate the directory in your normal file manager.

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