ok, so i clicked that magic checkbox saying "yes i consent to upgrading to v1.4
of subversion," without fully realizing the repercussions (and yes, despite the
i occasionally do svn work inside IDEA. i like/prefer the command line, which
now no longer works. the output of any command line operation is now:
" svn: This client is too old to work with working
copy 'xyz'; please get a newer Subversion client "
i need to upgrade to v1.4. except that the ubuntu repositories
don't yet offer a v1.4. i know i could probably install it from source but i prefer
so here's my question: how do i "undo" my decision to use 1.4? i've done only
one commit since. i thought i'd ask before guessing.
i'm guessing i need to revert that last commit and then perhaps check out
a fresh copy and then re-apply the commit using a 1.3 client.
thanks, / eitan