Ever delete something with svn (svn del) and then realize you needed it again? You can get it back by using:
svn copy -r HEAD filenameyoudeleted.extension filenameyoudeleted.extension
- svn copy is the command to get a working copy back
- -r is short for revision. I used HEAD which will give you the latest in repository. You can specify a revision number, revision right before you committed, etc (check out svn help copy)
- filename is what you deleted, then where it goes. I usually do something like this within the folder the file was located so you do not see any paths, but if your file was in /www/files/ you would need to specify the file path to /www/files/filnameyoudeleted.extension /www/files/filnameyoudeleted.extension
Working with SVN is a lifesaver – and this tip is gold.