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RE: revert seems to do nothing... ?

From: <postmaster_at_tigris.org>
Date: Tue, 6 Jan 2009 09:35:21 -0800 (PST)

Revert only undoes modifications up until the last commit. If you want to undo modifications done by a prior commit, you need to preform a reverse merge and then commit afterwords. A reverse merge can be performed using the following procedure:

1. Open Windows Explorer and navigate to your checked out repository.
2. Right click the background in the right window pane and choose Merge from the TortoiseSVN menu.
3. Select the "Merge a range of revisions" radio button and click Next.
4. Select/input the location of the master repository.
5. Click the "Show log" button and select the revisions you'd like to revert, using the Control key to if necessary. Then Click OK
6. Check the "Reverse Merge" check box and click Next.
7. Click the Merge button to complete the merge.
8. Test the changes, and then Commit them.


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Received on 2009-01-06 18:39:13 CET

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