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Which way to remove that bad revision

From: Aaron Searle <searle.aaron_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 27 Mar 2009 14:19:04 -0600

Just found out that one of my revisions ( 2120 ) needs to be removed.

Plan was to 'svnadmin dump -r 0:2119 >> some.dump' then 'svnadmin dump -r
2121:2400 >> some.dump'

then use 'svnadmin load repoNameHere < some.dump'

Problem is that is give me an error when load reaches revision 2121:

svnadmin: File already exists: ...... , path 'branches/somebranchname'

The branch already exists because a previous revision created it, perhaps
300 revision earlier.

Either way, it this the wrong approach? Is there a better / more efficient
way to remove this revision?



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