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Re: How to undo an svn add command

From: Andy Peters <devel_at_latke.net>
Date: 2006-01-06 08:36:24 CET

David Arnold wrote:
> All,
> I wanted to add a directory but not its contents (I should have done
> svn add figure --non-recursive), but I did svn add figures and
> consequently everything in that directory is scheduled for inclusion in
> the repository on the next commit.
> I want to cancel this command, then go back to svn add figure --non-
> recursive.
> Can someone point the way?

If you haven't committed the change, you can simply do an svn revert.


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