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How to return from a branch

From: MJF <m.smith_at_comvision.net.au>
Date: Fri, 18 Jul 2008 00:35:44 -0700 (PDT)

I'm not sure what I'm doing so want to ask here. Please advise.

I had a main trunk with revisions leading up to #1116

I was asked to correct a problem in an earlier version, so I branched
from revision #291. After making the changes and committing, I end up
with this graph:

trunk: 65 -> 291 -> 1116
                           |
branches: + 1120 -> 1121

I'm happy with 1121 and want to leave it there (or tag it I suppose, I
don't know)

But I want to revert back to 1116 in my working copy and make it the
new HEAD so future commits are added to the main trunk.

I'm not sure how to do this and am to frightened to do it without
asking in case I make a mess that I cannot recover from.

What are the steps required ? Thanks in advance.

(I did search but everything refers to merging back to the main trunk
- I don't want to do this). Did I do it wrong from the start ?

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