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What different between ls -rX and ls URL@X ?

From: François Beausoleil <fbeausoleil_at_ftml.net>
Date: 2005-05-08 16:24:20 CEST

Hi !

I deleted a bunch of files in r3424, and now I want to copy some of them
back from the previous revision. To determine the exact paths I wanted
to copy, I did:

$ svn ls -r3423 svn://svn.teksol.info/repos/rac/cn-nextgen/trunk/web/
svn: File not found: revision 3424, path '/rac/cn-nextgen/trunk/web'

Notice I did "-r3423". Next, I thought about the @X (peg revision) way
to do things, so I did:

$ svn ls -r3423 svn://svn.teksol.info/repos/rac/cn-nextgen/trunk/web/@3423

Now, I have both -r3423 and @3423. If I run the same command again, and
remove the "-r3423", it works again.

So, there's a concept I'm missing here, and if someone would be so kind
as to explain what I don't understand, I would be grateful. The book
doesn't explain what "peg revisions" are.

In this instance, I expected to see the tree as it existed in r3423.

Thanks !

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