In The Road to Me 2.0: How I Was the Chosen One, Dan Schawbel writes about how he got a book deal on Web 2.0 career development for Millennials. This of course makes me slightly envious, because I’m passionate about that topic too, but then I’m supposed to already be working on my Emacs book. Mrph.
But that’s okay, I can just keep writing blog posts…
If you accidentally delete a file and then commit the change, you can retrieve the file along with the rest of the history by using svn copy to copy it into your working directory. svn copy -r revision-number your-full-repository-path-to-the-file file
UPDATE: pgier suggested svn copy http://svn/url/to/file@revision-number file