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David Poynter
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 22, 2010 1:45 pm    Post subject: SVN follies Reply with quote

I have messed up a project that I was trying to import into SVN.
The project directory had links to LARGE test data directories and I
started the import without thinking about it.
After a long while I realized what had happened and clicked the 'Exclude
from commit' on the large directories and then everything seemed OK.
However, no files ever showed up in the remote repository. Thinking I
could start over from scratch (bad idea), I deleted the .svn file from
the project.
Now I can't get to the 'Versioning' -> 'Import into Subversion
Repository' as it's grayed out.
Is there any way to remedy this?

Thanks,
david
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Farrukh Najmi
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 23, 2010 7:16 pm    Post subject: SVN follies Reply with quote

You probably figured this out but....Why dont you use the svn command
line to checkout the project again after deleting the dir tree that was
checkedout/

On 11/22/2010 08:34 AM, David Poynter wrote:
Quote:
I have messed up a project that I was trying to import into SVN.
The project directory had links to LARGE test data directories and I
started the import without thinking about it.
After a long while I realized what had happened and clicked the
'Exclude from commit' on the large directories and then everything
seemed OK.
However, no files ever showed up in the remote repository. Thinking I
could start over from scratch (bad idea), I deleted the .svn file from
the project.
Now I can't get to the 'Versioning' -> 'Import into Subversion
Repository' as it's grayed out.
Is there any way to remedy this?

Thanks,
david



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Farrukh Najmi

Web: http://www.wellfleetsoftware.com
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David Poynter
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 24, 2010 6:10 am    Post subject: SVN follies Reply with quote

Thanks for the reply Farrukh, but the project never made it into the
repository.
The terms are a bit confusing as to where the import or export are going.
I had a project in NetBeans that I was trying to put in SVN, but this
process was unsuccessful and now I have the grayed out button when I
want to try again.
I will consider how to do it with the command line to see if this will
get the project into SVN such that NetBeans will think it succeeded.
Thanks again for your reply...

On 11/23/2010 01:07 PM, Farrukh Najmi wrote:
Quote:
You probably figured this out but....Why dont you use the svn command
line to checkout the project again after deleting the dir tree that
was checkedout/

On 11/22/2010 08:34 AM, David Poynter wrote:
Quote:
I have messed up a project that I was trying to import into SVN.
The project directory had links to LARGE test data directories and I
started the import without thinking about it.
After a long while I realized what had happened and clicked the
'Exclude from commit' on the large directories and then everything
seemed OK.
However, no files ever showed up in the remote repository. Thinking
I could start over from scratch (bad idea), I deleted the .svn file
from the project.
Now I can't get to the 'Versioning' -> 'Import into Subversion
Repository' as it's grayed out.
Is there any way to remedy this?

Thanks,
david


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