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Re: Corrupt data

From: Brass Tilde <brasstilde_at_insightbb.com>
Date: 2005-08-19 14:25:54 CEST

> > C:\vtwork>rd /s/q .svn
> >
> > .svn\PROP-B~1 - The directory is not empty.
> > .svn\props - The directory is not empty.
> > .svn\TEXT-B~1 - The directory is not empty.
> >
> > Thanks
> >
> > Debbie Burgan
> I haven't used DOS or Windows for years, but IIRC rd is "remove directory",
> which only removes empty directories (like the error messages clearly
> suggest). That is, you're using the wrong command.

Except the /s/q switches are supposed to quietly and recursively remove any files and subdirectories of the one being deleted. I
use this all the time.

Try "rd .svn /s/q" instead, and see if it works.

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