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Repo warped back in time after backup/restore - now what? (aka The Codehaus problem)

From: Holger Hoffstaette <holger_at_wizards.de>
Date: 2006-05-20 10:47:00 CEST

Codehaus recently had a pretty bad outage and all Subversion repositories
had to be restored from backup. While I have a very recent clean checkout
(1 minute before the crash) I cannot use it since of course the last
revision on the server has gone back in time. What are my options? Check
out trunk into another tree, do a file-level compare (argh!) and then
commit back? I'd rather not pull any tricks but people do have modified
working copies that they cannot commit now, and that's pretty bad. :(
Any help appreciated.

(..and many other Codehausers..)

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