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how to grab a single file revision from a repository?

From: sjohnson <sjohnson_at_parisgroup.net>
Date: 2003-06-16 21:05:10 CEST

Is there a way to grab an arbitrary revision of a single file from a
repository without having to have a working copy of the directory that
contains the file, or at least without having to effect the current
state of the working directory. What I'm looking for, I suppose, is a
replacement for cvs update's -p option.
I was hoping that 'svn export' would let me grab a single file, but it
apprears to only work on collections.
TIA for any help.
Steve Johnson
DigitalFish Films

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Received on Mon Jun 16 21:07:03 2003

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