On Tue, May 27, 2003 at 08:30:36PM +0000, Faheem Mitha wrote:
> On Tue, 27 May 2003 14:41:07 -0500, Florin Iucha <email@example.com> wrote:
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> > On Tue, May 27, 2003 at 07:29:51PM +0000, Faheem Mitha wrote:
> >> I have a small user request. Once I type `svn commit', there appears
> >> to be no clean way for me to back out if I decide I don't want to
> >> commit after all. Bear in mind that committing is an irreversible
> >> process. As far as I know there is no way currently of removing
> >> changesets from the respository once you have committed them.
> > Exit the editor without making changes asks you if you want to abort.
> Oh, I see. I didn't know that. I tend to always save changes
You will do so too with the confirmation message. I would bet that if
after 10 "Confirm commit (Y/n)" the software will print "Confirm
rocket launch (Y/n)", "Confirm shoot in the foot (Y/n)" most users
will happily hit "Enter".
> so it didn't enter my mind as a possibility. I assume you
> mean that *any* unsaved changes will prompt an abort message?
Don't save anything, just quit. If you saved once though, you are not out
of luck: open another console and kill the processes - I don't think
the wc has been tampered with at this stage.
"NT is to UNIX what a doughnut is to a particle accelerator."
Received on Tue May 27 22:43:45 2003
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