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Re: [TSVN] BUG: Filtered log reverts unpick too many revisions

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-09-20 18:46:41 CEST

Wilkins Adrian wrote:
> Problem : We had a bunch of changes committed in dribs and drabs by one
> particular user, interleaved with changesets from other people that
> (largely) did not overlap. Then these changes needed to be reverted.
> So I opened the log dialogue at the root of a working copy, filtered the
> entries to show only the commits from this user, selected the range of
> changesets concerned, and chose "Revert changes from these revisions"
> from the context menu. TortoiseSVN appears to revert *all* revisions
> between the top revision and the bottom revision, including revisions
> that were not selected (or visible in the dialogue) because they were
> filtered, instead of the expected behaviour of reverting only the
> visible, selected revisions, which I later did manually.
> Solution : Where a non-contiguous range of revisions is selected (might
> be awkward to determine this, may have to resort to just "if a filter is
> applied")
> either
> - Deny the opportunity to revert a set of revisions

Done so in revision 4427.


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