Definitions

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  • adj. Not versioned; not subject to versioning.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ versioned

Examples

  • (Stefan) · BUG: the 'unversioned' overlay for folders didn't show up for some

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • · Commit: if "Add unversioned files"/"Remove missing files" is unselected, don't ignore these files completely, but just don't select them by default

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • Commit: if "Add unversioned files"/"Remove missing files" is unselected, don't ignore these files completely, but just don't select them by default

    MacUpdate - Mac OS X

  • In order to remove all unversioned files from your working copy in one go, you can execute the following command.

    Planet TW

  • Major features include: supported authentication methods: pserver, sserver, ext (SSH1+SSH2) single-click-commit (automatically adds/removes unversioned/missing files)

    VersionTracker: Mac OS X

  • Refresh (OS X, Linux): possible internal error if symlink resolution failed unversioned directory-symlink or broken symlink were not displayed fixed performance bottleneck on 64-bit OS

    MacUpdate - Mac OS X

  • · Filtering by file state (show/hide ignored, unversioned or unmodified files, remotely changed files, Change Set files) · Filtering by file name for all file tables

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • To add any unversioned files and remove any missing files: hg addremove

    Java News, Java Updates, Java Articles, Java Help - javacrawl.com

  • Basically it's an automatic replacement for something I was doing manually every time I removed an old GNOME cvs / svn / git checkout: figure out what's in that tree that's not in the repository (diffs, unversioned files, …), so I can delete everything else and free some disk space.

    Planet Python

  • Windows Installer file replacement logic for unversioned files, which causes it to not replace machine. config if that file was updated by some other program after it was originally installed.

    MSDN Blogs

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