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Does "svn import" ignore .svn directories

From: Akbar <akbarhome_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-10-25 19:43:44 CEST

Hi, this is my problem:

I made a repository. I imported the fresh project to the repository.
Checked in and updated. I was in revision, let's say, 5.

One day, I checked out from the repository with this 'stupid' command:
cd my_repositoy_directory
svn co file://my_repository_directory/my_repository

So svn put stuff into the repository it self. In middle, it aborted
the operation. But the junk remained in repository.

So to restore the condition, I went to the newest project which in
revision 5. I made another repository. Then I imported my project (
revision 5 ) to the new repository.

My question: does "svn import" ignore or do something with .svn
directories in my project directory? Should I clean up the project
directory first from .svn directories? I don't mind losing my revision
history by the way.

Thank you.

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Received on Wed Oct 25 19:44:38 2006

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