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Re: Checkout of a single file?

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-12-21 17:57:38 CET

Christian Treczoks wrote:
> Dear Mailing List Members,
> A collegue of mine currently accesses our Subversion archive via dialup,
> and needed to checkout a single file from an older revision of the
> project. Sadly, we found no way to do this with Tortoise, and he had to
> checkout the whole directory - A ridiculous waste of time and online fees.
> I am convinced that this is possible in a way, but I could not just
> figure out how. Any hints you could share?

* Open the repository browser
* browse to the file you want
* right-click on that file, choose "Show Log..."
* in the log dialog, go to the revision you want the file of
* right-click on the revision (top pane), choose "Save as..."


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