> I have an issue with the -r option with deleted folder.
> In repository A, I have a folder foo/bar at revision 10.
> I delete the 'bar' folder in revision 11.
> When I use the -r option to retrieve the revision 10, I get an
> error :
> $ svn co http://svn.example.com/A/trunk/foo/bar -r 10
> svn: '/A/!svn/bc/11/trunk/foo/bar' path not found
> When I checkout the revision 10, no issues :
> $ svn co http://svn.example.com/A/trunk/foo/bar@10
> Checked out revision 10.
> Do I have to report this bug ? Can someone explain me the
> between -r and @ options ?
REading the book will help. But basically that path isn't available in the HEAD revision then subversion won't be able to find it.