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how to simply : $svn update ?

From: Jay Vee <jvsrvcs_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 23 Aug 2013 15:09:00 -0600

I do '$svn status'
and get that I am at a certain revision

Type 'svn help' for usage.
cpu:/dir>svn update
At revision 32933.

This leads me to believe that I am fully sync'd with the repo since it
pulled nothing back.

--- I do svn status and see something surprising

cpu:/dir>svn status
? src/main
? src/test/java
? src/test/resources/META-INF

means the above files are not added and do not exist in the remote repo
(but yes they indeed
exist there, If I do a fresh checkout, I see these directories there with
many files.

I have not touched this project, and have no idea why it is out of whack.
What I want to do is force sync with the repo.  When I google on this, I am
down long tunnels in various caves with so many confusing solutions.
In my head, I think I should simply be able to do:
  $svn --force update
  or something simple like that.
  How do I do this?
Received on 2013-08-23 23:12:16 CEST

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