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

From: mitch <mitch.gart_at_cal.berkeley.edu>
Date: Thu, 18 Sep 2008 13:34:39 -0700 (PDT)

So ignoring local changes, the way to undo a "revert to this revision"
is another "revert"?
I didn't think of trying that. It doesn't seem very intuitive.


On Sep 18, 3:24 pm, "Milen A. Radev" <mi..._at_radev.net> wrote:
> 2008/9/18 mitch <mitch.g..._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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