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Re: Rolling back (and leaving out recent additions)

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-03-20 03:31:36 CET

On Mar 19, 2005, at 8:16 PM, Mike Burr wrote:

>> Simply deleting the file from the working copy will not work--you must
>> tell Subversion to remove it with 'svn rm'.
> I anticipate there being more complex changes, where the user may not
> necessarily know what needs to be deleted, moved, etc. Sorry, I should
> have made that clear. I know about 'rm'.
> What if a user makes many complex changes and wants to scrap them all,
> and make the HEAD version look like an older revision with just a few
> simple changes. Or for that matter, just make the HEAD revision look
> exactly like an older revision.
> Is this possible?

Yes, read about 'undoing changes' in chapter 4. There's a whole
section of chapter 4 with that title.

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