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RE: Make the active revision to a old revision number.

From: Phil Sayers <Phil_at_cds-am.net>
Date: Tue, 31 Aug 2010 15:48:44 -0400

From: John T.Emmatty [mailto:johnemmatty_at_gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, August 31, 2010 3:40 PM
To: users_at_tortoisesvn.tigris.org
Subject: Make the active revision to a old revision number.


Hi All,


I have 49 revisions in my SVN. The problem is that the 48 and 49 revisions
are buggy. I want to revert the latest revision into 47 in SVN. In other
words I need to delete 48 and 49 revisions.


I have downloaded revision 47 files and made modifications. Now I can't
commit the code since I have to update my working copy into revision number
49. The revision number 49 will bring back all those bugs.


Please advise.




Typically I do the following when I want to "undo" the most recent


Fresh checkout of HEAD to a new working copy folder.

Right click on my new working copy. "Show Log".

(using your revision numbers here)

Right click on rev 49's entry in the log window..(in the upper panel) choose
"reverse changes from this revision". accept the warning dialog.


I forget if log window closes.so open it again if you need to.

Right click on rev 48's entry in the log window ..(in the upper panel)..
choose "reverse changes from this revision".accept warning.


Now your local working copy is revision 49.but you have changes applied to
it (the reversals of 49 & 48) that make it look like r47.


Commit. This will create r50, which is the "undo" of r48 & r49.


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