This does looks more like what I was looking for.
Oddly I ended up checking out the files from the relavent revision into
another directory, then copying them into the appropriate place. svn
checkout svn://localhost/blah_at_46 didn't work, it gave me revision 48, I had
to specify the -r tag to get the revision I wanted.
On 3/25/06, Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006Q1@ryandesign.com> wrote:
> Craig, yes, he can "svn co" the older revision or "svn up" his
> working copy to that revision, but then he can't commit it because
> it's not HEAD. I interpreted that he wanted to bring it back into
> HEAD, so:
> Alex, you can always copy the old version back in to your working copy:
> cd working/copy/of/lesson_plan
> svn cp url://to/repo/Weather_and_Climate_at_46 .
> svn ci -m "Bringing Weather_and_Climate back from r46"
> I may have the paths and revisions wrong; you'll have to know what
> path you deleted and what revision it was last available in, but that
> should help with the syntax anyway.
Received on Sat Mar 25 19:37:25 2006