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Re: svn update -N breaks working copy? (At least a little bit)

From: Clarence Dang <clarencedang_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-07-15 08:31:33 CEST

Hi,

http://svn.haxx.se/users/archive-2003-11/0097.shtml:
> Imagine your a with your shell in a folder in your beloved working copy.
>
> ls results in:
> file folder1 folder2
>
> Now you do:
> svn update
> rm -rf folder1/
> svn update -N
> svn update -N
> svn update
>
> What do you expect to happen after last svn update?
> Well I expected to get back folder1, but nope it is not coming back!

I've just run into this with KDE's SVN Server and FC4's SVN client 1.1.4. How
do I get around this without rechecking out? The thread I refer to does not
appear to present a solution.

Thanks,
Clarence
(Please CC me on replies)

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