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Re: Undoing cvs remove

From: Matt Riechers
Subject: Re: Undoing cvs remove
Date: Thu, 11 Jul 2002 08:11:19 -0400

Mike Ayers wrote:
>         Allow me to (embarassedly) answer my own question: simply do a cvs 
> add of the
> filename and it will be resurrected for you.  I found it in the Cederqvist,
> and it matches my intuitive notion of what to do, which, due to my attempts to
> fix the problem before reading the directions, was not possible at the moment.
> /|/|ike
> Mike Ayers wrote:
> >
> >     I inadvertently performed a `cvs remove` on a file in WinCVS (I
> > wanted to delete the file, then update it to get rid of changes I had
> > made and get the archived revision back).  How do I undo this (i.e. not
> > commit the remove and get the file back)?

You can also "get the clean copy" of the file with 'cvs update -C' (or
with the WinCVS menu option).


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