removing files

Radoslaw AstralStorm Szkodzinski astralstorm at gorzow.mm.pl
Mon Aug 1 21:01:22 CDT 2005


On Tue, 2 Aug 2005 07:53:09 +0800 
Soh Tk-r28629 <tksoh at freescale.com> wrote:

> > > How can I remove a file (from Hg's point of view) without having to
> > remove the file physically first? I checked in some generated binary files
> > (for preservation purpose), but would like Hg to ignore them after the
> > initial commit.
> > >
> > 
> > Easy, just rename the file, then hg remove <oldname>
> 
> Impractical. There may be tens, or even hundreds of such files.
> 

Then move them to a folder.
But then, a --force switch might be of some use. Not too much of a problem to
add it.

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