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RE: usage of "Revert changes from this revision"?

From: Glenn Carr <GCarr_at_ConnectShip.com>
Date: 2004-04-13 20:52:01 CEST

From: Ben Collins-Sussman
> "Revert changes from this revision" has nothing to do with 'svn
> revert'. It looks to me like it actually runs a merge command,
> something like:
> 'svn merge -r N:N-1 URL working-copy'
> i.e. reverse-applies all the changes made in revision N to
> your working
> copy, as local mods. If you then verify the local mods and
> commit, then
> yes, the changeset has been "removed" from HEAD.

Well, one would think, but apparently it doesn't. At least I've cleared up
the fact that there is no hidden "svn revert -r N" command. Thanks again
for the help.


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