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Re: Clobbering source file through merge -- can I recover?

From: Miha Vitorovic <mvitorovic_at_nil.si>
Date: 2006-01-20 16:00:06 CET

"Håvard Vold" <hovoid@hotmail.com> wrote on 20.01.2006 15:50:46:

> The client is TortoiseSVN 1.3.0
> The server is on Linux (Red Hat), with Apache 2.x . This was installed
> the most recent standard versions of Apache and Subversion.
> I assume that this is a usage error, but the idiots, including yours
> are too smart to allow for the existence of idiotproof software. What I
> wondering if there are undo capabilities that could help this set of

I believe that the user in question could be persuaded to create a branch
next time, and commit as often as possible. That way he can always get the
last version from the server in case of a similar or even worse event.

Consider it "a cost of education" :)

  Miha Vitorovic
  Inþenir v tehniènem podroèju
  Customer Support Engineer
   NIL Data Communications,  Tivolska cesta 48,  1000 Ljubljana,  Slovenia
   Phone +386 1 4746 500      Fax +386 1 4746 501     http://www.NIL.si
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