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Re: Removing an external library from subversion

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-01-17 17:08:33 CET

On 1/17/07, Blake Miller <blakemiller@cdmplus.com> wrote:
> I've downloaded an external library and added and committed it to my
> repository. Now I need to remove it completely from subversion and can't
> find any documentation on how to do this?

A very similar question was just asked earlier today/yesterday, and
this is also in the FAQ.

There is, by design, currently no "simple" way to remove all traces of
a file from a repository. You must dump the repository using svnadmin
dump, filter out the offending path(s) using svndumpfilter, then
reload the repository.

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Received on Wed Jan 17 17:08:57 2007

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