> > Log: > > Delete old c files. > That sounds like you lost the history on those files! The idea is to use > "svn mv" which not only renames the files (to .cpp), but also preserves the > history (and also would make the rename a single commit). If you did not use > "svn cp" to create the cpp files, please revert your changes, and do it > again to restore the history of the C files. Just to make that clear: it doesn't help to manually revert the changes, that doesn't bring the history back (it still seems to be gone when looking at the revision log) -- how could svn otherwise know that you reverted anything? You have to use svn to revert your changes back to the original revision using svn merge. For example, see http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.4/svn-book.html#svn.branchmerge.commonuses.undo (that's what Google returned, I guess the same paragraph can be found in a more recent version of the docs). Bye, Axel.