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Re: svn rollback (Was: Re: svn commit: rev 2162 - ...)

From: Philip Martin <philip_at_codematters.co.uk>
Date: 2002-06-12 20:51:40 CEST

Garrett Rooney <rooneg@electricjellyfish.net> writes:

> i mean come on, we're talking about one file for 'rollback' (which i
> just rewrote to work like everyone other than me assumed it should,

It's not clear that we were "right" and you were "wrong" :-)

> i'll commit it if we decide we want the command), that's about 100
> lines, much of which is the header.

Is it that simple? What happens if I have a working copy that is at a
mixed revision?

% svn st -v wc
_ 7 7 pm ./wc
_ 8 6 pm ./wc/zig
_ 8 6 pm ./wc/zig/bar
_ 9 9 pm ./wc/zig/foo

How should 'svn rollback -r5 wc' behave?

The current (your original) rollback is well defined. It removes the
revision 4 to 5 change from everything in the wc. The behaviour I
initially assumed would require removing the revision 5 to 7 change
from wc, the revision 5 to 6 change from wc/zig and wc/zig/bar, and
the revision 5 to 9 change from wc/zig/foo. Have you managed this in
100 lines?

My guess is that you either remove revision 5 to 7, or revision 5 to
HEAD, from everything in the wc. If that's the case, it's not clear
to me that it is correct.

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