RE: Downgrade repository's version (1.4->1.3) without losing local modifications
> On May 26, 2010, at 14:54, Sergei Dyshel wrote:
> > I have a single checked out SVN repository, shared between 2 machines
> (lets call them A and B). Until now I was using it only on A which has SVN
> 1.3 installed. Today I updated it on B which has version 1.4 installed. It
> turned out that repository's internal structure's version was bumped from
> 1.3 to 1.4 and now I can't work with it on A.
> > Unfortunately I can't upgrade SVN's version on A (and can't even install
> my local version of SVN) so I have to downgrade repository back to 1.3
> > Is there a way to do it without losing numerous modifications I've done?
> (and without committing too, I have read-only access...)
> You're talking about the working copy here, not the repository.
> I'm not aware of a way to downgrade the working copy format.
There is a script floating around somewhere that will do it.
Received on 2010-05-26 22:12:43 CEST
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