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RE: Re: How to branch already-committed revisions?

From: Simon Wray <Simon.Wray_at_Xchanging.com>
Date: 2007-08-16 15:38:28 CEST

-----Original Message-----
>On 16/08/07, Simon Wray <Simon.Wray@xchanging.com> wrote:
>> I'm a user of Tortoise SVN (coupled with Trac) and would like to know
if the
>> following is possible:
>> I have a number of revisions committed to the central development
>> done over the last few weeks, made across several files. This project
>> been halted. Is it possible to now create a new branch and move these
>> revisions from the trunk onto the branch? I.e. is there an
>> process or tool to do this?
>> I'm not an SVN admin (we no longer have one) but I'm willing to
>And that's not an admin's job. Start here -
>Milen A. Radev

-----This Message-----

Thanks Milen

I've read through that documentation and understand the premise of

Am I correct in thinking that what I really need to do is:
1. Archive all my revisions locally.
2. Reverse-merge my revisions from /trunk (in effect rolling them back).
3. Creating a new branch.
4. Applying my archived revisions to this branch.


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