RE: what's the best practice to revert merge some of files?
> 2009/12/17 Bob Archer <bob.archer_at_amsi.com>:
> >> Like my work copy directory are math, util.
> >> In math directory I commit 10 files to add a feature, and now
> >> then I found in the commit 3 files were
> >> totally wrong, I should revert changes of these 3 files, What's
> >> best practice?
> > Well, you can't really do a reverse merge since that will reverse
> > (quick terminology note, "revert" in svn speak means removing
> changes that are in your local working copy.)
> > Two options...
> > 1. Do a reverse merge and then revert all the files except the 3
> in question and the commit.
> > 2. Do an Update to revision 99. (the revisions before your
> commit). Copy the 3 files to a temp folder. Update your working
> copy. Put the 3 files from rev99 back into your working copy. Then
> Show log for the folder and select r100. The bottom pane shows all
> files changed in that revision.
> Right click on any file and select "Revert changes from this
> Do the same for the other files.
> Do any more editing to make it all work.
Cool. Thanks Simon... I didn't know you could do that. !
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Received on 2009-12-17 17:47:30 CET
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