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Re: how to commit a missing status file in windows environment in command line urgently?

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2008c_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Mon, 22 Dec 2008 15:45:58 -0600

On Dec 21, 2008, at 21:46, Qiu Jie Li wrote:

> I have been struggling to figure out how to commit a missing
> file in command line in windows xp, does anyone know how to do it?
> I have been google for days, but no answers. It is really easy to
> commit a missing file using TortoiseSVN Interface, but I just want
> to do it by script so I can automate the process. Thanks a lot!

What do you mean, "missing status file"? Do you mean a file whose
status when shown by "svn status" is "!" (i.e. "missing")? If so,
then that means the file should be in the working copy, but is not,
for reasons which Subversion does not know. Perhaps you or another
program you used deleted it. If you meant to remove it from the
repository, then type "svn rm thefilename" to tell Subversion that
and schedule it for deletion, and then later you can "svn commit" it.
If you didn't mean to delete it and want it back, type "svn revert


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