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Re: [TSVN] Detection of file changes bug T-SVN 1.1.3

From: Simon Large <slarge_at_slarge.plus.com>
Date: 2005-04-01 16:16:28 CEST

Mark Phippard wrote:
> Simply run the Show Log option on the file to see its change
> history. Find the revision that contains the changes you want
> to undo, and then right click and take the option to undo the
> change. This will run the merge command to modify your WC and
> back out that change which you can then commit.

This is exactly right, but the warning dialog says:
"Do you really want to revert all changes which were made in this
To me that suggests that all files touched by that revision will be
affected, which is not the case. I think the warning dialog should say:
"Do you really want to revert all changes which were made to %s in this
where %s is the name of the logged file or folder.

In fact there is no easy way to reverse merge changes for several files.
You either do them all from the folder log, or you have to get a log for
each individual file. It might be useful to add the 'Revert changes'
menu item to the file list context menu as well, so you can revert
several files in one revision without having to get a log for each of


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