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Re: Can't list a deleted directory with revision number?

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007a_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-02-14 22:15:24 CET

On Feb 14, 2007, at 13:20, Jing Xue wrote:

> A while ago - r416 - I did some refactoring and deleted a
> directory. Now
> I'm at r419, and need to have a list of the files that used to be in
> that directory, so I do:
> svn list -r 415 svn://server/proj/trunk/source_code/com/model
> and get:
> svn: File not found: revision 419, path '/proj/trunk/source_code/
> com/model'
> If I try to list any of the directories above 'model' with '-r
> 415', it
> always works, probably because they still exist in r419. For instance,
> if I do:
> svn list -r 415 svn://server/proj/trunk/source_code/com
> I get:
> model/
> digizen/
> which were the two directories under 'com' in r415.
> So how do I go about and list the content of a deleted directory? And
> why 'svn list -r 415' doesn't work for me?

You need:

svn list svn://server/proj/trunk/source_code/com/model_at_415

You need to understand the difference between peg and operative
revisions. Read the book:


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