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Re: deleting a tree in the repository

From: Geoffrey <lists_at_serioustechnology.com>
Date: Thu, 27 Mar 2008 08:54:52 -0400

John Peacock wrote:

> On the other hand, if what you are describing is that you imported a
> tree of files into the repository, then changed the tree structure
> itself (but not the repository), then 'svn rm' and 'svn import' is
> precisely what you would do. If you don't have anything else in the
> repository (i.e. it was only used for this single project), then it
> might be cleaner to simply delete and recreate the repository itself (if
> you don't care about the history).

I should have read your message closer before responding. My apologies.
  This is precisely what I want to do. That is, 'simply delete and
recreate the repository.' There is no history to be concerned with.
That being said, is that what 'svn rm; svn import' would do for me?

Until later, Geoffrey
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