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Reverting to an earlier revision

From: Jonathan Chum <jchum_at_aismedia.com>
Date: 2005-11-11 15:44:46 CET

One of the designers ran into an issue this morning where he committed a
file that conflicted with the version in the repository. As a result, he
marked the "conflicts" as resolved and committed it. The file is foobar.
What I was trying to figure out is how to revert to revision before the last
commit. I read the help guide and invoked the Revision Log Dialog, selected
the revision I wanted, and I thought the command I want to use is "Update
Item to Revision". However, it's still marked as there is in sync with what
on the server and would not let me re-commit the file as a new version.


So what I did to get around it was check'd out the file to
foobar.htm-r12345, copied the source, pasted it into file with the
conflicts, and then I was able to commit. All I want to do update the latest
"commit" copy to a previous version.


Is this the right way to solve this problem using TSVN for future reference?


Jonathan Chum
Senior Developer

AIS Media, Inc. - "Passion. Innovation. Expertise"
7000 Central Parkway, Suite 1700
Atlanta, GA 30328
Tel: 770.350.7998 / Fax: 770.350.9409
http://www.aismedia.com / jchum_at_aismedia.com


Received on Fri Nov 11 14:52:12 2005

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