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Re: how to access deleted file/directory?

From: David Weintraub <qazwart_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-06-17 05:35:55 CEST

On 6/16/05, THOMAS DAVID VAUGHAN <tom@vaughan.to> wrote:
> >
> > If you merely checkout an earlier revision of the directory
> > tree, you cannot make any changes and commit them back to the
> > repository.
> Correct. And we don't want make changes, we just want to be able to restore
> historical builds. This is something that was easy to do with tags under
> CVS, but not so, perhaps again because of the way I laid out the repository,
> with subversion.

An "svn copy" could still be useful. In fact, if you did something like this:

$ svn mkdir https://svn/repos/foo/tags
$ svn copy https://svn/repos/component-2/tags@300 https;//svn/repos/foo/tags

You not only be able to refer back to build-3 without trying to
remember it was revision 300, but you would have been able to get back
all of your other tags too.

David Weintraub
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Received on Fri Jun 17 05:37:43 2005

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