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Re: obtaining versioned copies via apache

From: Manuzhai <mail_at_manuzhai.nl>
Date: 2005-05-14 13:43:46 CEST

> Is there a way to do something like:
> http://foobar.com/svn/repos/file.txt?version=234
> or
> http://foobar.com/svn/repos/file.txt/234
> to get file.txt from the 234 version of the repository

Nope, there is no way to do that. Actually, this will not be added
either. The looking at files through a browser thing is just a little
advantage of using the DAV protocol, but developers have decided they
don't want to make it any more complicated than needed.

For more information about this decision, search the list archives.



P.S. If you want functionality like that, check out WebSVN, ViewCVS,
mod_svn_view, or any other SVN browser script suite.

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