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How I recover an erased directory?

From: xalooc <xalooc_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-11-24 16:28:26 CET

If you have not committed, just use Revert option from a parent folder.

If you have committed, you need to do a reverse merge. The next release
lets you do this from the resource history view by just selecting the
revision you want to undo. You can do it from the merge dialog too.

>Right click on your project and do Team -> Merge.

>Let's assume that revision 100 contained the commit of the delete.

>Enter 100 as the From revision and 99 as the To revision. Leave
>everything else alone and click OK.

>This should put the items back in your WC and you can then commit them to
>get them back in the repository.


Ok, thank you very much,

But I do not want all the revision, only a part. How to recover in
subclipse solely a part of the revision?

(By means of the line of commandos:

     svn copy --revision 807 \
http://svn.example.com/repos/calc/trunk/real.c ./real.c)

Thank you Mark
Received on Fri Nov 25 02:28:26 2005

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