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Re: is there any command act like `cvs update -C'

From: Li Daobing <lidaobing_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-04-05 18:47:53 CEST

Andrew Thompson wrote:
> Steve Greenland wrote:
>> On Tue, Apr 05, 2005 at 10:46:39AM -0400, Andrew Thompson wrote:
>>> Gary Thomas wrote:
>>>> svn revert
>>> Revert only undoes your changes(which might be enough).
>> Which is usually what you want. If I had wanted it to be updated, I'd
>> have said 'svn revert foo.c && svn update foo.c'.
> I figured most of you probably knew that already. I wanted the caveat to
> be attached to the answer for posterity.
> I'm not familiar with CVS development, so I don't know what was intended
> by the command: cvs update -C
svn revert do *not* support
svn revert *

So I don't know how to ignore all my local changes, and get a clean
source(based on this version, because the source is too big to checkout
it again)

Best regards,
Li Daobing

Received on Tue Apr 5 18:48:18 2005

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