How to Remove SVN History in Eclipse

When working in Eclipse Subversive, you might want to delete the SVN history of a project item to prevent the program from overriding your own changes. Eclipse Subversive is a programming project management tool which can connect to an Apache Subversion server, also known as SVN. You can delete the SVN history for a project item in Eclipse Subversive by following a specific procedure.


    • 1

      Open the "Team" menu in Eclipse and select "Synchronize."

    • 2

      Right-click on the project item whose SVN history you wish to delete.

    • 3

      Hover your mouse over either "Outgoing" or "Incoming," depending on whether you want to download the SVN history for the outgoing or the incoming changes made to the project.

    • 4

      Select "Show history."

    • 5

      Click on the "Delete all" button at the top of the window.

    • 6

      Close the "Synchronize" window. Open "File" and select "Save" to save your changes.

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