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Re: svn update doesn't update text-base

From: Thomas Harold <tgh_at_tgharold.com>
Date: 2006-11-17 04:19:46 CET

Fabian Cenedese wrote:
> Would it be possible, that if a text-base file is missing that svn
> would check it out again? It knows the path and version, so
> that shouldn't be a problem (unless the repository is not available).
> If this is not possible could svn at least better cleanup and not
> leave locks behind? Is there another command that would get
> the text-base files but not overwrite the possibly modified real
> files?

I did something similar a few months ago (on a Gentoo system) where an
automated script clobbered the contents of the .svn folder... and I
agree that it's something that SVN needs to be better about dealing
with. I found it to be very difficult to clean up after the .svn
folders get slightly munged.

(Maybe the upcoming changes in 1.5 might deal with strange local .svn
folder issues in a more flexible fashion?)

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