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Re: How to delete a project???

From: <kynn_at_panix.com>
Date: 2005-10-01 16:12:47 CEST

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   From: THOMAS DAVID VAUGHAN <tom@vaughan.to>
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   Date: Fri, 30 Sep 2005 14:30:53 -0700

> > Alternatively, how can one copy all the information from a repository
> > *except* the stuff associated with a specific project?
> could you elaborate on "information" and "stuff" more please.
> 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".

   Well this is intentionally hard. I think to do this you'll have to
   "dump" the repository using "svnadmin", delete the revisions you don't
   want, and then "load" back in. Any other way will just create additional
   revisions in the repository.


Thanks, this did the trick.


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