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Re: deny update

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Mon, 12 May 2008 17:31:19 +0100

2008/5/12 Pezhman Lali <pezhman_lali_at_yahoo.com>:
> Dear,
> thanks for your reply,
> I am doing my web development in my laptop,
> after some testing, I will committed them,
> then I will update the www directory in the web
> server, my laptop and www directory have the same
> repository,
> and my problem:
> I committed a modified file from my laptop,
> after updating www directory, I got error,
> so reversion to the previous version which was
> working was done.
> now, if I want to update all of www directory, that
> file, updated too.
> I am searching to find a way , that repository accepts
> www directory as the head version.

Sounds like you want to undo the latest change in the repository.

On your laptop TSVN->Show Log
In the log dialog, right click on the revision you want to go back to
and select 'Revert to this revision', or if you want to undo just one
of several changes, select the bad revision and then 'Revert changes
from this revision'. This will remove the bad change from your working

Now commit your working copy and update the www directory.


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