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svn cat on removed files

From: <pd_at_planet.nl>
Date: 2006-08-25 13:36:52 CEST


I want to 'svn cat' a source file that used to be in the repository, but
was removed from it recently. Let's say it was still there in revision 654.

Issueing the command "svn cat -r 654
svn: REPORT request failed on
svn: '/subversion/my_repository/!svn/bc/794/project/trunk/file' path not

where as "svn cat
<path-to-subversion-repository>/project/trunk/file@654" returns the
expected result (the file contents as it was in revision 654).

Shouldn't the "-r" command return the same result as the "@" command?


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