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RE: Creating complex tag with mixed revisions fails

From: Erik Huelsmann <e.huelsmann_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2004-05-13 14:26:55 CEST

> Hi Erik,

> This works but is a bit complicated because you first have to
> delete/commit
> the file you want to backdate before you can copy/commit it again. So it
> would be much more elegant to use the update -r feature.
> But better a complicated solution than no solution at all.

There is one more option (also documented in the book) on undoing changes to
a file:

  svn merge -r<current rev>:<rev to backdate to> <filename>

this reverts all changes in the file which were made between the two
revisions. OTOH, maybe you are right about the complexity and that you are
doing something else wrong. I'd have to reread the original mail to answer
that question.



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