php - How to recover SVN history of a file which is replaced with another one?Get the solution ↓↓↓
I have searched for this issue and find this question but I can't find any proper solution. I am working on a project which is under SVN using PhpStorm. I replaced a file with another one as follows:
- make a copy of the file: file.php, file1.php;
- renamed files: file.php -> file0.php, file1.php -> file.php;
- commit file.php (the new file);
Now I can not see the history before this file replacement.
What is the way to recover the file history in the SVN or revert to the previous state?
I've just executed all the steps you've mentioned and I see all the history when I run
svn log file.php or
svn log file0.php. The problem is that you most likely did not use the SVN commands or you removed or replaced the files without using the SVN client.
Use the correct
svn copy and
svn rename commands and you will see all the history before your copy or rename operations.
I have found one possible solution to the issue:
If the project is running in a group, then we need to find someone in the group who has not updated the lost file, therefore, has an un-updated version of the lost file.
This un-updated file contains all the history of the main file which we have lost its SVN history.
So, we can commit this un-updated file with new codes and all the history will be in the SVN again.
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