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Re: Cancelling an "svn add"

From: Nathan Bates <nathanbates99_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-05-14 16:30:32 CEST

In CVS, "cvs revert foo.c" would cancel
the scheduled addition.

I would *GUESS* that "svn revert foo.c" *might* work.

--- Chris.Fouts@qimonda.com wrote:
> Two developers working on trunk.
> Developer 1 did an "svn add foo.c" then a commit,
> which
> committed the file. Developer 2 did an "svn add
> foo.c"
> and tried to commit, and got "foo.c already exists".
> How can developer 2 cancel the "svn add", "svn
> delete foo.c"?
> --------------------------------------
> Chris T Fouts
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