Clean up after improper deletes in subversion

svn rm `svn status | grep "\!" | cut -c 8-`
If (when) you forget to "svn rm" files from your repository, use this to let your repository know you want those files gone. Of course this works with adding and reverting too.

By: benschw
2009-03-29 13:28:55

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