thanks for reply.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bob Archer" <Bob.Archer_at_amsi.com>
Sent: Tuesday, January 06, 2009 4:25 PM
Subject: RE: accidentily created directory remains
> I know this is the svn list... but personally I find doing stuff like
> this much easier using the TortoiseSVN repository browser. Of course, if
> you don't use Windows you can't use that.
I dont want to use the TSVN repository browser, since it creates new
revisions for each modification in the repository. I wrote only about
one directory, but I need to handle a selection of bunches of directories.
As you've seen this is error prone and I need a revert functionality.
This is not available in TSVN repository browser.
> You might want to just delete your working directory and re-checkout the
Yeah. I read this "blow away and re-check out" often in SVN context. But the
directory is holds the (versioned) source code and the (unversioned) data.
So I have to rename the old dir, re-check out and merge manually a lot of
directories. Is the the only SVN solution?
> > svn copy /trunk/Product /branch/x.y/Product
> If your products are each separate you may want to create trunk/branch
> folders for each product. So, rather than:
In my example the "Product" is not a place holder for any product, but
a real directory name. I need also
That's why this is inappropriate:
> It keeps things much more organized.
> > svn mkdir x.y
> > svn: 'x.y' is already under version control
> If you do an update and don't see x.y but it is reported as already
> versioned and you are sure it's not then as I said about, I would blow
> away the WC and re-checkout.
As mentiond above that's no solution. I have seen that the x.y directory
is found in the file .svn/entries even if I use "svn revert". Is there no possibility to get ride of my mistake without blow away of
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