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Re: Help with paradigm shift to svn

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-09-09 16:34:21 CEST

"S.Ramaswamy" <ramaswamy@collab.net> writes:
> > This is what I can't get my head around with subversion - how to
> > pick and choose which commits go into a working copy? Consider three
> > commits to the repository, A, B and C, performed over time in that
> > order. How can I have a working copy with only commits A and C, but
> > not B?
> 'svn switch' allows parts of the working copy to be switched to
> specific revisions.

Not quite -- 'svn switch' is actually for switching a working copy
from one "line of development" to another. For example, switching
from trunk to a branch, or vice versa.

Steve, you need to learn how to use 'svn merge' as a means of adding
and subtracting changesets in a working copy. Here, I'm using
"changeset" synonymously with "revision". Sometimes, instead of using
'svn update' in that release working copy, you will want to use 'svn

The book (http://svnbook.red-bean.com/) has details on this, so I
won't repeat them here. Good luck!


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