The command to restore the file foo.txt in revision 98 would be (adapting the url to fit your server): svn copy -r 98 https://your_repository_url/foo.txt@98 .
This will create a copy of your svn database, taking revisions from 8000 to current head revision. Then create a new repository and import only the created dump. svnadmin dump /path/to/current/repo -r8000:HEAD > svn.dump svnadmin create /path/to/new/repo svnadmin load /path/to/new/repo < svn.dump
Use the following command to lookup foo.txt in your svn history: svn log -r 0:HEAD -v /path/to/your/repository | grep "/foo.txt"
While the installation of Eclipse and Subclipse plugin there may be some problems, that's why I decided to write a short tutorial on this: First of all we need to install Java, the Sun version: apt-get install sun-java6-bin sun-java6-jdk sun-java6-jre You can install it as root or using sudo: sudo apt-get install sun-java6-bin sun-java6-jdk sun-java6-jre […]
In this tutorial I'd like to show how you can setup subversion for your web projects. I've installed it on Debian Etch, but this Tutorial also works on newer versions (Lenny, Squeeze). For the installation you need root privileges. First of all the necessary packets have to be installed: apt-get install subversion subversion-tools […]