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Re: how to revive a deleted directory? (+ svn segfault)

From: Erik Huelsmann <e.huelsmann_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2003-11-23 18:53:50 CET


If you want to undo all changes from the HEAD revision made in the last
commit, you could do that like this:

 $ svn update
(now your working copy is at HEAD)

 $ svn merge -r BASE:PREV URL-to-repository

That way you merge the difference between HEAD and PREV into your working
copy. The trick is to reverse the order of the revisions: latest first and
earliest last.



> I have used cvs2svn to convert a peice of a repository that was all in
> the CVS attic, over to subversion. I didn't omit the last change, which
> deleted all the files. Now I want to somehow put the deleted files back
> in subversion head. How can I do this?

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