How to revert single file in SVN to previous revision after directory move
I would like to revert a single file
file.F90 in SVN to a previous revision. However, prior to last commit I have renamed (moved) directories. Now the standard command
svn up -r 16 branches/new/file.F90
simply deletes the new version of the file, but cannot fetch the old version. Any help will be highly appreciated.
Before the last commit directory
branches/old was moved to
svn mv command.
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