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Re: Help With svn commit

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-09-12 15:41:47 CEST

On 9/12/07, Troy Bull <TBull@ifmc.org> wrote:
> Greetings
> I am using svn to keep a backup of a bunch of PDF files. My basic workflow is as follows:
> rsync pulls the pdf files and directories to my local machine into a working copy, then I commit my working copy and any changed pdf's are "sent" to the repository. This allows me a great backup strategy I can get back anything I want at any time. This worked great up until last night one of the directories was removed (it was supposed to be removed). The problem is when I commit I get a complaint that
> svn: Directory /some/dir is missing
> and the commit fails. Is there some way I can commit and have it auto delete anything missing from the working copy?

Treat the PDFs pulled via rsync like a "Vendor Branch" and use
svn_load_dirs.pl to work out all the changes for you. See

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