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Re: How to delete a project???

From: Marcus Rohrmoser <mrohrmoser_at_gmx-gmbh.de>
Date: 2005-10-01 00:50:15 CEST

kynn@panix.com schrieb:
> Documentation? What documetation??? The best I was able to find was
> the O'Reilly book online, which has no index. After searching for a
> long time for the word "delete" and getting nowhere I gave up. Is
> there a better documentation than this?

The book is a rather fine reading to get into subversion and version
management in general, at least I think so.

For quick assistence, do you know about "svn help"? This lists (among
others naturally) a command named "delete". Doesn't sound that familiar

> Basically, I created a project by mistake; I want to return the
> repository to the state it was before creating this project. I.e.,
> I'm looking for the svn equivalent of "undo" or "rollback".

"undo" or "rollback" concerning the repository doesn't align well with
the concept of version management which is based on never loosing any
data. If the existence of data in the repository bothers you, maybe
returning to a backup is what you want. You do backups, don't you?

Hope this helps,

Received on Sat Oct 1 00:52:42 2005

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