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[Subclipse-users] How to get back an older version of a file

From: Jochen Wuttke <wuttkej_at_lu.unisi.ch>
Date: Mon, 5 Jan 2009 15:42:00 +0100


I often run into the problem that I would like to get back an older
version of a file or that I want to resurrect a deleted file. However,
I cannot find the possibility to do that with subclipse. Am I just
blind, or is there no such option?

As an alternative I tried to use the commandline client to do these
operations, here however I run into a different problem. My repository
is on a server where I use SSH with public-key authentication to
connect. When I use the commandline client to connect to that server,
it apparently has no authentication information stored in the .svn
directory, because it attempt to connect me with the wrong username
(my local username instead of the remote one). It also ignores the --
username argument. Hence I cannot use the commandline client at all in
working copies that I created with subclipse.

Any advice on how to proceed and to get my things back to work again?



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