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how to check-in to a deleted repository?

From: THOMAS DAVID VAUGHAN <tom_at_vaughan.to>
Date: 2005-09-27 01:39:24 CEST

i have a repository that i deleted. for example, let's say i did:

        svn co https://server/repos/foo/tag/1 foo-1
        svn rm foo-1

but then, later, i also did:

        svn co -r 263 https://server/repos/foo/tag/1 foo-1

where 263 is the revision number just prior to the delete. and now i've
found that i need to update a file. but i can't because i've deleted
this repository (the idea being that it would just be deleted from the
trunk, but still in the repository for historical retrieval). and ci
doesn't take a "-r 263". i would expect the "-r 263" to be sticky
anyway. so how do i do this?

also, is there anyway to set FOO_1 to revision number 263?



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