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RE: resolving obstructions

From: Miller, Eric <Eric.Miller_at_amd.com>
Date: 2007-02-26 21:32:53 CET

> I know you can fake it by using a clean .svn file from an update:
> mv test test_obs
> svn up test
> mv test/.svn test_obs
> rm -rf test
> mv test_obs test
> (delete missing, add unversioned)
> svn ci -m 'ugh' test

Actually I just realized that this 'workaround' loses working copy lock

If a file in the original directory had a lock the update will not bring
that lock information back (not that I expect it to!) and you must force
a relock.



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