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Re: TSVN equivalent of svn copy -r

From: Jody Shumaker <jody.shumaker_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-09-27 04:38:59 CEST

If you just want to go back to that exact version, simple method is to
just save that version on top of your current version and then commit
it. Can do that by bringing up the log for the file, selecting the
revision you want to go back to, right clicking the file in the list
of changed files and choose "Save revision to". In general I only use
the "Revert Changes from" method if i've since changed the file and
want to keep my changes merged in, or I'm not reverting all of the
changes in a mergeable file back to a certain point.

- Jody

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Received on Wed Sep 27 04:39:06 2006

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