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Restoring and getting a Repository Back Up-to-date

From: Dave Schinkel <dschinkel_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 17 Sep 2009 18:43:23 -0700 (PDT)

I restored my repository simply by copying a backed up Repository folder to
our Server 2008 C:\Respositories.

it worked fine. Now I'm trying to figure out my options here as to getting
everyone's local changes that had not yet been committed before our server
crashed back into this older restored repository which is about 2 revisions
older than everyone probably has locally.

What do I need to do, is there an easy way to go about this? I heard you
have to get a copy of everyone's project(s) and compare every single file's
repository version and get the latest of every file based on a number of
comparisons? wtf? I know it's probably going to be very manual but maybe
there's some way to make this all somewhat easier?

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