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Re: Tagging Discontiguous Commits

From: Michael W Thelen <thelenm_at_cs.utah.edu>
Date: 2004-05-22 08:21:34 CEST

* glists <glists@greywether.com> [2004-05-22 00:10]:
> For our "production" release I need to take a snapshot that contains commits
> 0-16 and 18. I need to skip commit 17 as it contains a commit for a feature
> that should not be reflected in our release.

You can use svn merge for undoing changes in this way. In your case,
you should update to revision 18, then run something like this:

svn merge -r17:16 URL

where URL is the location of your repository. This will apply revision
17 in reverse, effectively undoing revision 17 in your working copy.
See this section of the Subversion book for more details:


-- Mike

Michael W. Thelen
One should always play fairly when one has the winning cards.
                -- Oscar Wilde

Received on Sat May 22 08:23:32 2004

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