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Re: .svn automagicaly removed

From: Uroš Gruber <uros.gruber_at_vizija.si>
Date: 2005-11-18 12:58:40 CET

Ulrich Eckhardt wrote:
> 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.
> Ul
Is there eny way I can track this down. I'm trying to repeat this but
without any luck. I only know that on wednesday I was able to update,
but today I can't. Is there any loging option so I can see in the future
if svn have problem and remove this or there is some other problem.



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