SVN is not always intuitive and its errors are often even less so. Such was my experience when I tried to restore a file that have been accidentally deleted many revisions ago. The normal process spoken of is to simply copy the file from the old revision into the current revisions. The first step is to find the file:

svn log --verbose

Then scan for the file revision where the file was removed. Let’s say the file was canfield.conf, we look for the D operation on canfield.conf in the log, then we know the prior version contains the file we want. ... Click to read more

Thomas Quickstad, better know as Dr. Tom, is a dentist local to the Issaquah, WA area. Dr. Tom had a number of changes he wanted done to his static site and also wanted to have his staff contribute content and patients to have a way to interact with him online. We decided to switch from the static site to a simple out-of-the-box Drupal site to provide a very quick turn around time, low initial cost and maximum flexibility. Canfield Research Group configured the Drupal system, DNS, SSL certificates, IMAP email (other services we offer) and trained the office staff so 99% of the site could be administered by Dr. Tom and his staff. ... Click to read more