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Re: Accidentally deleted main trunk in repository

From: Jean-Marc van Leerdam <j.m.van.leerdam_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 18 Aug 2010 08:08:43 +0200


On 18 August 2010 07:57, Robert Lewis <robertlewis480331_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> I had created a branch and wanted to delete it. So I clicked on it, rt
> clicked and said delete. But my main development stream was deleted,
> trunk. Is there anyway to get it with the history back? I have the
> latest working directory but can't see anyway to undo shooting myself
> in the head.

If you have not committed: just do a revert on the workign copy.

If you have committed: Start the repository browser, change to the
revision prior to the committed delete and your trunk should be
visible again. You should be able to pull that version into your
working copy & commit again. (sorry for not being able to provide an
exact recipe at the moment, I do not have TSVN available on my current

The TSVN manual probably provides some pointers too on how to undo
changes from a specific revision.

Good luck.

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