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RE: Re: Making a file in the working directory not be managed by Subversion any more

From: Bantle Armin <Armin.Bantle_at_ndt-ag.de>
Date: 2006-03-16 09:31:28 CET

stevewilliams@kromestudios.com wrote:
> johann.petrak@gmail.com wrote:
> > What is the best way to make a file that has been managed by
> > Subversion not be managed any more?
> > For instance, if a file got accidently added to the
> repository, how to
> > remove it from there without removing
> > it from the working directory? Is there a way to
> "officially" drop it?
> > (I believe it is impossible to remove all previous versions without
> > re-building the repository, but what
> > about simply removing it from now on?)
> copy file elsewhere
> svn rm file
> svn commit file
> copy file back from elsewhere

If you only added the file but didn't commit yet, the following will do
the job:

svn revert file

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