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Newbie question: How to make an older version the current version?

From: Don Taylor <nospamformeSVP_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-02-10 17:02:55 CET


I have only just started to to use svn and Tortoisesvn and it is a
wonderful tool. I am only using it to keep track of my own projects on
my own machine.

A couple of times now I have committed a change, or a series of changes,
and then found that I really did not want that change. Is there a
simple way to make an old version become the current version?

Right now I am updating the old version into a scratch directory,
updating the current version into my main working directory, copying the
scratch directory files over the top of the working directory files and
then doing a commit.

Is there an easier way to do this?



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Received on Sat Feb 11 17:11:52 2006

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