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RE: Mark revision as "Invalid" (or detele it)

From: Bob Archer <bob.archer_at_amsi.com>
Date: Thu, 17 Dec 2009 09:56:00 -0500

> I have 2 revision of my project that is "invalid" because was
> commit
> with wrong patches: I revert on last right revision without
> problem.
>
> Now in my revision graph I want to mark both "wrong" revisions as
> Invalid or other?

You could edit to log revprop and specify that these are broken do not use. I think that's about all you can do. You will need a pre-commit hook that allows revprop edits. Of course this won't show in the rev graph... unless I guess it shows the log when someone hovers over it.

You can't really "delete" revisions. The whole design of svn is to remember everything that you have committed.

What may be better is to use tag to say "This is the correct one"... or something like that.

BOb

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