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Re: .svn automagicaly removed

From: Nick Thompson <nickthompson_at_agere.com>
Date: 2005-11-18 11:40:05 CET

On Friday 18 November 2005 10:23, Uroš Gruber wrote:
> Hi!
> I'm trying to figure it out why is this happening. I have some
> working copies. And today i try to update it and got message
> $ svn update .
> Skipped '.'
> I check this folder and there was no .svn at all. This happend about
> 6 months ago, but I thought that somebody removed it by mistake.
> But this time I'm sure nobody touch anything inside this dir.
> did somebody notice this problems
> and btw is there any way I can make this folder working copy again,
> because I have many files inside and not in svn.
> Os is FreeBSD
> regards
> Uros

Is your working copy in /tmp....? It's not uncommon for files older
than a certain age to be flushed out of temp. Check for cron jobs.

You can always checkout a new working copy and use a script to copy
across changed files, or use a tool that can do this for you - I use

> Nick Thompson
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