Resolved! thnks for all!!! Your answer very usefuly!!!
'svn merge -r 3256:3255 svn://svn.mylocation/repositoryName/trunk'
svn commit -m 'merge 3256:3255'
Until I reached 3243!!!
2010/8/18 Giulio Troccoli <Giulio.Troccoli_at_uk.linedata.com>
> > > We have two servers(stagging and production), one
> > development machine
> > > and one repository SVN server separated.
> Do you mean to say that the staging and production machines have a working
> copy of the same SVN repository?
> > > > If you have reverse-merge the offending revisions than
> > your working copy is at revision 3251. Can you tell us
> > *exactly* what commands did you use?
> > >
> You haven't told us what command you used! Or maybe you didn't even try to
> reverse-merge? If so:
> - update your working copy with "svn update". This will take your working
> copy to revision 3251
> - look at the log and take a note of the revisions you have to take out
> - issue the merge command as follows for each of those revisions, from the
> highest to the lowest: svn merge -c-<rev>
> The dash after the c and before the revision is the bit that tells
> Subversion to reverse-merge the changes rather than re-apply them
> - check the status of your working copy to see that it is exactly how you
> want it
> - commit
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Received on 2010-08-18 19:18:21 CEST