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Re: how to check-in to a deleted repository?

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2005_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2005-09-27 12:25:04 CEST

On Sep 27, 2005, at 03:31, THOMAS DAVID VAUGHAN wrote:

> But we also discovered that library1 wasn't needed and so it was
> deleted. Thinking of course that it's still technically in the
> repository and can be brought back as needed.


> so to bring back the deleted library i need to use "-r 263" when i
> check out. not a big deal, i thought. until i needed to check
> something back in.

If you're trying to check in an update to your library, then you
obviously still need it, hence you shouldn't have deleted it. Bring
it back into the HEAD (with a reverse merge to undo the deletion,
probably with peg-revision syntax, like someone said) and then you'll
be able to check it out and check in modifications as desired. And
then, refrain from deleting things you still use! :-)

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