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From: Robert La Ferla <robertlaferla_at_comcast.net>
Date: 2006-08-08 18:32:06 CEST

I looked at the FAQ but saw no mention of how to restore a deleted
file (via svn delete). I read in the Subversion book that this is
accomplished using "svn copy" to copy the file back into the working
directory from the repository or by using merge. It seems to me that
there should be a simplier interface for this like "svn restore" to
restore files that were deleted. I don't know if this has been
discussed before but where can I submit a feature request? The
benefit of a "svn restore" is that the software could find the last
revision of the file automatically and is a bit more intuitive than
"svn copy" Also, I think undelete should be added to the FAQ
especially when the book says: "One of the most common questions new
users ask is, “How do I get my old file or directory back?”."

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