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Re: Deleting files and Attic

From: Andrew Goktepe
Subject: Re: Deleting files and Attic
Date: Wed, 4 Jan 2006 08:16:17 -0600

The Attic folder exists in the repository, but not your local checkout. It is not associated with a particular branch, though the individual files within it are.
If a user adds a new file with the same name then it will be considered the next revision of that file on the trunk or branch on which the new file was added. If you are adding the file to the trunk, then the file will be taken back out of the Attic. However, if the file is dead on the trunk but active on a branch, then I believe it will remain in the Attic.
On 4 Jan 2006 01:18:25 -0800, akkisoft <address@hidden> wrote:

Apologies if this has already been posted.
The developers deleted a few files from a branch e.g. a.txt and b.txt
were removed from branch 'TEST'. These files would move to Attic
Does this Attic folder gets created on the branch?
The user then adds new files say a.txt (same name as the deleted file)
and c.txt.
Would a.txt still remain in the Attic folder? Will this new file be
treated as next version of a.txt?


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