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Re: Forcing an update

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2005_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2005-06-08 21:11:42 CEST

On 08.06.2005, at 20:30, Ron Gilbert wrote:

> Is there a way to force new revisions down, ignoring any and all
> changes (conflicts) that might be there? I'm trying to use svn as a
> way to distribute a large (frequently updated) directory tree to
> users. The files should not be modified by these users, so if they
> did change something, I need svn to just write over it without
> question.
> These are non-technical users, so any errors about conflicts will just
> confuse them, plus it's all being run from a batch file.

Isn't that just

svn revert --recursive --quiet /path/to/working/copy
svn update --quiet /path/to/working/copy


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