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Version Control with Subversion
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Version Control with Subversion - Examining History - A Final Word on History

A Final Word on History

In addition to all of the above commands, you can use svn update and svn checkout with the --revision switch to take an entire working copy “back in time[7]:

$ svn checkout --revision 1729 # Checks out a new working copy at r1729
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$ svn update --revision 1729 # Updates an existing working copy to r1729
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[7] See? We told you that Subversion was a time machine.


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