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Re: [Subclipse-users] Bug when reverting changes

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-08-25 22:43:18 CEST

"Yaroslav Bulatov" <yaroslavvb@gmail.com> wrote on 08/25/2006 02:15:28 PM:

> My current revision is 1787, and I'd like to revert to 1783.
> When I click on revision 1783 in Resource History and choose "Revert
> Changes from Revision 1783" I get svn error "File Not Found"

You probably want to use the Get Contents option. This would replace the
contents of the current version with the contents of the selected
revision. It would then show as a local modification that you could
commit. If you just wanted the old revision for some other purpose, like
to look at it or build it, you could use the Team -> Switch option. Once
you were done, a subsequent update would then bring the file back to HEAD.

The option you took was to remove the specific changes made in 1783 from
the current version.

Finally, you are mis-using the Revert term. Subversion uses that term to
revert local changes and restore the file to its pristine state.


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