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Re: How to remove a Patch?

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Wed, 23 Apr 2008 13:05:47 +0100

2008/4/23 Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>:
> architect551 wrote:
> | No one knows?
> |
> | architect551 wrote:
> |> Is there a way to remove a patch once it has been applied? Say that i
> have
> |> 5 patches applied and i only want to remove one, is there a way to do
> |> this?
> If you haven't committed your changes yet, use "revert".
> If you have committed your patches, use the log dialog, select the
> revision you want to undo and choose "revert changes from this revision".

His problem is that he applied 5 patches without committing, and now
wants to revert one of them. In theory it might be possible to apply a
patch in reverse, but I suspect it is not worth the trouble as no-one
has ever requested this before.

The simple answer is to apply only one patch per commit.

Or just revert all changes and re-apply the patches you really want.


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