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From: Deiced First <deiced_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2005-03-03 19:46:52 CET

Hi, subversion experts ;)

May I ask a question? I have been looking for a similar one, but I'm afraid
I could not find it.

Well, as far as I know the last revision you commit to a repository is the
revision you get when, in example, another user update from the repository.
Am I rigth?

My question is ... Can I change something in the repository to point to
other revision on some files? In example, for the file 'class1.java' I have
in my repository the revision #1,#3 and #5. One day, I decide to change the
file and commit a new revision (the #99), but someone on the proyect says
that this already commited revision has to wait, in example, one week. I
don't want to loose my pretty new modification, but also I would like to
avoid updating it from the repository until next week.

The dirty-easy way, maybe, is to create a new revision #100 from the #99,
but with the content of the #5. Or maybe delete the #99 and keep the source
in another folder. Is there any cleaner svn way of doing this?

Really thanks.


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Received on Mon Mar 7 03:04:30 2005

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