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RE: Repository cleanup

From: Bob Archer <bob.archer_at_amsi.com>
Date: Tue, 8 Sep 2009 16:07:34 -0400

> We are using a pretty standard repository setup with a folder
> branches/private that contains the (private and temporary) branches
> that
> will later be merged into the main trunk.
> Is there a save way to get rid of the no longer used (private) branches
> without losing any of the history information in trunk?
> Thank you,
> -Dieter

If you mean "get rid of" so they don't show up in the HEAD revision, sure, just deleted them using svn delete. The folder will still be there and all the history will remain.

If you mean "get rid of" so it isn't in the repository any more... no. If you dump, fiilter and reload all of your history for that path will be gone.



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