Defunct

Deletes a file from your disk, and also marks it as having (defunct) status in the AccuRev workspace. Defuncted files are not displayed in the Navigator view because it only displays files that are on your disk. However, defuncted files are displayed in certain AccuRev Searches: Defunct, Pending, and Default Group. Defuncted files disappear entirely from the AccuRev workspace when you Promote them to the backing stream.

You can also Defunct a directory. But before doing so, consult the description of the Defunct command in the AccuRev Command Line Interface User's Guide.

Note: The Eclipse Delete command does not invoke the AccuRev Defunct command. It simply removes the file from local disk storage. No change is made to the AccuRev repository. If you invoke the Eclipse Delete command on an AccuRev-controlled file, its AccuRev status becomes (missing).