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Re: Howto freeze or archive a project

From: Vineet Kumar <vineet_at_doorstop.net>
Date: 2007-09-21 18:02:21 CEST

* Andy Levy (andy.levy@gmail.com) [070917 18:44]:
> On 9/17/07, Daniel Jimenez <d.jimenez@comvision.net.au> wrote:
> > (1) When any user does an update of the SVNRep, the archive project will be
> > eliminated from the user's project structure.
> You can't really force-delete anything from the client system.

It sounds like Daniel means the clients have checked out the Trunk
directory. If a subdirectory of Trunk (say "Project1") was removed,
then next time the client updates Trunk, Project1 will indeed be removed
from their WC; this is always how deletions work. Any WC that had
uncommited changes within Project1 will find (perhaps surprisingly) that
after the update with the Project1 deletion, their WC will now contain
an unversioned Project1 subdir that contains their uncommitted changes.

Please correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe that's how it's always
worked for me.



Received on Fri Sep 21 18:02:41 2007

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