I woke up this morning and before I had my coffee, I did something like following:
svn delete .
svn commit -m "some clean up"
As I said I did this before I had my coffee. ;-) But why would I do such thing? SVN showed M for . because I was playing with some svnignore stuff. The above command completely wiped out the branch I was working on. When I realized what I did, I did not need coffee anymore.
After little googling, I did following
svn cp -m "restore.." https://eejot.org/branches/my-branch@110 https://eejot.org/branches/my-branch
where 110 is x-1 with x being the revision number which nuked the branch I was working on.