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Overwrite a file with "svn update"?


Perhaps, I missed the required options, but I'll
ask an obvious question anyway.  Often when testing
a patch, one will often place a new testcase in
gcc/testsuite/*.  This new file is not under control
of svn.  After review, the patch is committed to the
tree.  Now, I want to update my local repository.
I issue "svn update" and the result is

svn: Failed to add file 'gcc/testsuite/gfortran.dg/fgetc_1.f90': \
object of the same name already exists

which is indeed correct.  So, is there an option to tell
svn to blow away files that conflict with files in the
repository.

-- 
Steve


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