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Re: 'svn revert' vs. 'svn resolve'

From: <junkio_at_cox.net>
Date: 2003-06-09 12:59:02 CEST

>>>>> "kf" == kfogel <kfogel@collab.net> writes:

kf> In a fit of anticipatory consensus (or others might call it
kf> "chest-beating geekismo"), I've changed the command to 'svn undo' in
kf> revision 6173.

Could you please reserve the subcommand 'undo' for something
similar to what 'undo' does in 'arch'?

For people who do not know 'arch', it (1) packages all the
changes you made to your wc and stores it away, and (2) reverts
all such changes to give you a pristine wc. You can later use
the information produced by it to do 'arch redo'. It is one of
the things I miss in subversion.

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Received on Mon Jun 9 12:59:51 2003

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