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how to switch without losing files

From: Marshall Schor <msa_at_schor.com>
Date: Wed, 04 Sep 2013 17:03:47 -0400

I have a branch with directories a, b, and c.

I have another branch with directorys b and c (a is missing).

I checkout from the 1st branch, and have in my working copy directories a, b, and c.

I do an svn switch to the 2nd branch, using svn switch --force --accept
mine-full ..., and I see messages like:

D path-to-a

and when I look, the switch has deleted the a directory in my working copy.

Is there a way to have the switch keep from deleting "a"? So when I switch
back, later, to the 1st branch where a exists, it can commit just the changes in
that tree?

-Marshall Schor
Received on 2013-09-04 23:05:00 CEST

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