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Non-existent URL error?

From: Fred Mailhot <fred.mailhot_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-01-24 18:11:46 CET


I'm getting the following error when I try to revert some changes from
the log dialog:

Error: The location for 'svn://<repo>%20<name>' for revision
721 does not exist in the repository or refers to an unrelated object

As you can see, the repo has a space in the filename, and I'm pretty
sure I escaped it incorrectly while doing some remote admin work.

In the repo-browser I can see earlier revisions fine, so I'd like to
know whether it's possible to make the last known good revision the
new HEAD? The docs say to use the "Revert to this revision" option
from the context menu in the log window, but I can only see the
current revision there (the previous one being the "non-existent"

Thanks for your suggestions,


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Received on Wed Jan 24 18:12:02 2007

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