michaelsprivate at gmail.com
Wed May 6 04:45:05 UTC 2020
svn doesn't care why you want to revert (in my experience, anyway).
For completeness' sake, let me add that you should not do "svn rm", just
"svn revert - - depth=infinity FOO/BAR"
should do the trick.
On Wed, May 6, 2020, 02:16 Robert Huff <roberthuff at rcn.com> wrote:
> Michael Schuster writes:
> > > Scenario:
> > > I have a directory, FOO, which is the root for an svn
> > > Under FOO is (directory) BAR.
> > > I want to delete - as in completely remove from both
> disk and the
> > > svn records - BAR (and subordinate content).
> > > Then I want to get a pristine copy of BAR (and
> > > content) from the repository.
> > > Is this the correct process:
> > >
> > > root> cd FOO
> > > root> svn rm BAR
> > > root> svn co BAR
> > >
> > > ? (And if not: what is?)
> > > I think "svn revert" is what you are looking for...
> Additional information:
> There have been no deliberate changes in BAR; the contents of
> the (sub-)tree seem to have been corrupted and I want to wipe things
> out and start over from the same point as FOO.
> Does that change the answer?
> Robert Huff
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