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svn delete, then get older revision

From: Scott Purcell <spurcell_at_vertisinc.com>
Date: 2006-02-20 23:18:05 CET



I had a file in repository that was at revision 9. I wanted to see how
this works, so I issued a 'svn delete thefile', then svn commit thefile.

The file was gone from my working dir and from the repository I guess.
Anyway, now lets say I want to retrieve revision 7 of 'thefile'.


How can I do that? Is the only way to look at revisions, is to put in
dates, or know the revision #? Isn't there a way to show all revisions
since it has been in the repository?


That is one of cvs's strengths in my opinion, and I would think
subversion would have it.



Received on Mon Feb 20 23:19:36 2006

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