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RE: .svn automagicaly removed

From: Ulrich Eckhardt <Eckhardt_at_satorlaser.com>
Date: 2005-11-18 12:39:48 CET

Uroš Gruber wrote:
> 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.
> and btw is there any way I can make this folder working copy again,
> because I have many files inside and not in svn.

No, you can't repair that. The point is, that Subversion needs to
know the source repository and the revision, both of which are stored
in the .svn dir and both of which were lost. Now, if YOU know that,
you can check out a working copy of that exact repository and revision
and then copy over your files and continue working on it like normal.
It might get complicated if the wc has mixed revisions and if you
don't remember exactly which version it came from, but that is a
different issue.

Received on Fri Nov 18 12:37:42 2005

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