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Reversing an update that resulted in a conflict

From: Dale Worley <dworley_at_pingtel.com>
Date: 2005-03-15 22:52:45 CET

Here is an operation I occasionally want to do, but I can't see any simple
way to do it:

Suppose I have a locally modified file, and I do an update that results in a
conflict. Suppose I want to restore the file to the state it was in before
the update. That is, I want the file contents to be what is now in
"file.mine", and I want its BASE to be what it was before the update. Now,
it's clear how to do the first part, just move "file.mine" to "file". But
how do I accomplish the second part, resetting BASE, without some messy
sequence of "svn revert", "svn update -r...", and then moving "file.mine" to
"file"? It seems like there ought to be a simple command for this.



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