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Lost my local file: please help

From: SJ <schugh_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-02-09 08:04:23 CET

Please let me know if there is a solution to this?

I was trying to add a new set of files to svn for the first time.

So i did:

svn add blah.*

It listed 3 files with "A".

But I realized that I didnt need one of the files in svn. So i tried to undo
this step so that I could retry by exactly specifying the two filenames.

So i did
svn cleanup

But the 3 files still showed up as being "already added to svn" when I tried
to commit. So I aborted the commit.

Next I tried:
svn rm blah.*

This wiped out my local files and I had not committed these files so cannot
recover them from svn.

I have not committed the change yet. I am desperately trying to undo this
svn rm step.

Is there any way I can recover these files?

Received on Thu Feb 9 08:07:52 2006

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