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RE: Best practices to restore a deleted trunk

From: Andreas Guther <Andreas.Guther_at_markettools.com>
Date: 2006-05-31 17:08:40 CEST


Thank you very much for the link. That did the trick and our trunk is
back in business.


-----Original Message-----
From: Andy Levy [mailto:andy.levy@gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, May 31, 2006 6:43 AM
To: Andreas Guther
Cc: users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Re: Best practices to restore a deleted trunk

On 5/31/06, Andreas Guther <Andreas.Guther@markettools.com> wrote:
> We have organized our SVN repository by having different products and
> then each product has sub folders named trunk, branches, and tags.
> Yesterday late afternoon a user managed to delete the complete trunk
> one of the products. At this point of time I have not spoken to the
> person and no information how that could happen.
> The last revision for the trunk is 2012, the SVN itself is now at
> revision 2020.
> My question is: What is the best practice to restore the trunk?
> Should I use the svn copy command to copy the old revision into the
> or should I check out the product with remaining sub folders tags and
> branches and then copy my local revision 2012 into it and then check
> in again?


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