[Bioc-devel] Files removed from svn are not disappearing from Git mirror

James Collins james.r.collins at aya.yale.edu
Tue Nov 15 14:58:12 CET 2016

Martin, Hervé:
Thanks both of you for the assistance! Hervé: Wasn't trying to make things
any worse by committing and then removing them -- just thought that might
work after I observed that the Git mirror appeared to register the new
commits of files but not subsequent commits to delete them. Hopefully this
is the last time I "break" the mirror-svn connection.

On Mon, Nov 14, 2016 at 9:38 PM, James Collins <james.r.collins at aya.yale.edu
> wrote:

> I have attempted to remove several .tar.gz files from the LOBSTAHS package
> directory using a series of cherry-picked commits. (I had successfully
> removed these .tar files a few months ago, but somehow they just reappeared
> in the directory after I invoked git svn rebase during a recent attempt to
> commit some other changes.) I was able to successfully remove them a second
> time from the svn directory, but they are still showing up on the
> Bioconductor GIt mirror. I even tried re-committing the files, and then
> making a new commit that deleted them, but this did not work as far as the
> Git mirror is concerned (it was successful on svn). Please advise, any help
> appreciated.
> Jamie Collins

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