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Re: Getting a snapshot from a specific date

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-07-11 20:58:24 CEST

James Adams <james@coldspark.com> wrote on 07/11/2006 02:50:11 PM:

> I would like to get a snapshot of a directory from a certain date. For
> example I would like to build the code I had on July 1st. Is there a
> command which will allow me to create a project (in Eclipse) from the
> repository at a certain date?
>
> I am using Subclipse so if there are any points relevant to how you
> would do this through Subclipse that would be helpful as well.

Subversion accepts dates for the revision argument on commands, however
Subclipse does not provide any UI that allows you to do this. It is
fairly trivial to do regardless. Using Subclipse, just checkout HEAD if
you have not already done so, then do Team -> Switch. Check the box to
specify a specific revision and then click the Show Log button. Find the
last revision for the date you want and select it, then click OK.

Mark

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