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Re: How to undo a merge / conflict?

From: Paul Libbrecht <paul_at_activemath.org>
Date: 2004-07-06 21:54:55 CEST

Le 6-Jul-04, à 21:17 Uhr, Michael W Thelen a écrit :
> * Wadsworth, Eric (Contractor) <wadswore@fhu.disa.mil> [2004-07-06
> 13:13]:
>> There is probably a simple answer, I'm just not seeing it.
>> I edit a file, then update, and a merge or conflict happens. Now I
>> want to
>> get my file back to it's pristine state before I did the update,
>> showing
>> just my edits. What's the command? How about under TortoiseSVN? The
>> TortoiseSVN right-click menu only offers "revert" which says it will
>> throw
>> away all my changes.
> Look for a file called <file>.mine, where <file> is the name of the
> file
> you were editing. That will contain a copy of the file with your local
> edits before you ran the update. You can just rename <file>.mine to
> <file> and then run "svn resolved <file>" to throw away the changes
> caused by the update.

I would believe it would make sense, especially in the view of such
tool as graphical SVN browsers, to consider having commands about such.
Something like:
- deconflict file
- resign file
(maybe the first works)


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