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Re: [PATCH] back out changes with --change -N

From: David James <djames_at_collab.net>
Date: 2006-02-01 23:17:49 CET

On 2/1/06, Bart Robinson <lomew@pobox.com> wrote:
> Here is an patch to enable the -c/--change option to be used to back
> out changes via a negative revision number.

At some point, I'm hoping to patch the "-c" option to accept a list of
changes. For example, to merge the BDB fixes from trunk to 1.3.x, we
would type:
   svn merge -c18144 -c18164 -c18170 -c18171 -c18184 ../trunk .

Does this idea play nicely with the "negative revision number
concept"? I guess, then, to revert a list of changes, you would type
the same list of changes in the opposite order, with negative signs in
front:
    svn merge -c-18184 -c-18171 -c-18170 -c-18164 -c-18144 ../trunk .

Cheers,

David

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