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

From: Luis A. Montes <luis.montes_at_qdusa.com>
Date: Wed, 01 Sep 2010 11:41:22 -0700

On Tue, 2010-08-31 at 15:48 -0400, Phil Sayers wrote:
>
...
> 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.
That's really neat. I always did it in a more roundabout way. Didn't
know this existed!. BTW, it actually says "Revert changes from this
revision"
>
>
>
> 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.
>
Apparently you can also select a range of revisions and select "Revert
changes from these revisions"
>
>
> Commit. This will create r50, which is the “undo” of r48 & r49.
>
>
Cool

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