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Re: Accessing files removed from the trunk

From: Matthew Rich
Subject: Re: Accessing files removed from the trunk
Date: Fri, 6 Jan 2006 13:40:07 -0800 (PST)

Okay I finially got more info.  Turns out I was right
but the developer also removed the files from the
branch by mistake.  So if the files are removed from
the branch are all the tags that refered to thoses
files lost?  I hope not.

--- "Mark D. Baushke" <address@hidden> wrote:

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> Matthew Rich <address@hidden> writes:
> > I had a developer remove a set of files
> (directory) 
> > in the trunk from the repository using cvs remove.
>  It
> > appears that I no have access to these files via a
> > branch made previously.  I thought that a file
> that is
> > removed is still accessible by previous tags and
> > branches. 
> Your thought is correct.
> > I checked out a branch and the files are not
> there. 
> > Do I need to add them back to all the branches? 
> This
> > does not see right.
> > Please enlighten me.
> My best guess is that someone has purged the ,v
> files so that the entire directory is no longer in
> the repository. Your best bet would be to restore
> those files using a backup and instruct whoever
> removed the files from the repository to never use
> anything stronger than 'cvs remove -f' for such
> files.
>       Good luck,
>       -- Mark
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