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trying to get new version of files from svn archive

From: <dov.kruger_at_americas.bnpparibas.com>
Date: Mon, 25 Apr 2011 10:34:42 -0400

Excuse my ignorance, I'm used to cvs.
I edited some files at the same time as a colleague, but when we realized,
he went forward, so my copies were obsolete.
Some time later, I tried to update, to get the new files, and to get his
updated version.

It reported the files changed, just as I would see in cvs:

C A.txt

Since I wanted the new ones, I first looked for the equivalent of

cvs up -C

thinking it was:

svn up --force

but it wasn't.

So then I deleted the files (so I don't have a local copy at all) and

svn up

Subversion just reports the current version number and does not try to
bring the files in as cvs would.
What am I doing wrong?

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