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Re: rolling back to a previous version

From: Rev. Steve Klett <steveklett_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-02-04 23:28:44 CET

On 2/4/06, Simon Large <simon@skirridsystems.co.uk> wrote:
> Stefan Küng wrote:
> > Rev. Steve Klett wrote:
> >> I have tried reading the help to understand this, but I'm still
> >> confused. Basically, I have a file that I would like to roll back to
> >> a previous revision. I would like to make a specific revision the
> >> "active" revision so that when I do an update on another machine, I
> >> get that version of the file. I have tried "Update item to revision"
> >> and this seemed to work on one machine, but then when I went to
> >> another machine and did a full update on the whole branch, the head
> >> revision of the file in question was retrieved.
> >
> > After "update item to revision", you must of course commit that file
> again!
> What were you saying the other day about "I don't know my own app" ;-)
> If you update to an old revision you can't commit until you update to
> HEAD. Use the revision log dialog to revert changes from selected
> revisions.
> I am just updating the docs to link to the HowTo section from
> UpdateToRevision.
> Simon

Oh, I'm glad you said that, I thought I was missing something additional.
I tried to commit my earlier revision and SVN was telling me I couldn't.
Further confused and after the spanking I recieved from my first post,
wasn't about to ask again :)
Received on Sat Feb 4 23:28:49 2006

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