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Re: How to recover from "revert to this revision"?

From: Milen A. Radev <milen_at_radev.net>
Date: Thu, 18 Sep 2008 22:24:27 +0300

2008/9/18 mitch <mitch.gart_at_cal.berkeley.edu>:
> I wanted to try some code from an old revision. I did "revert to this
> revision" on the root of my project, and got a whole bunch of old
> revisions of files. So far so good.
> Then I was done with the old stuff and I wanted to go back to the
> latest version of everything. I tried "update" and it updated a few
> files to the latest revision on the trunk, but not nearly as many
> files as it had reverted. I tried "update to revision" on the latest
> revision, and that didn't do it either.
> How do I go back to the latest revision of everything? Thanks.

That depends on the state of the WC before you did "Revert to this
revision". If there were no local changes you could use plain "Revert"
on the top folder. The other case is more complicated - you have to
determine which changes are yours and which are from "Revert to this
revision" and find a way to keep yours.

Milen A. Radev
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Received on 2008-09-18 21:24:36 CEST

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