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Re: revision confusion

From: Dirk Schenkewitz <schenkewitz_at_docomolab-euro.com>
Date: 2005-05-12 17:32:10 CEST

John Szakmeister wrote:
> On Thursday 12 May 2005 05:55, Achim Domma (Procoders) wrote:
>>I have a folder checked out from svn at head revision, then I moved a
>>subfolder back in time to an earlier revision to undo some changes.
>>After finishing the changes, I commited the complete folder, but if I
>>use svnversion I still get a splitted revision number like 810:850. Am
>>I understanding something wrong? How do I get one sinlge revision?
> Subversion makes use of mixed revision working copies. You have some
> files at r810, some at r850, and perhaps some in-between. Use 'svn up'
> to bring your entire working copy to the latest revision,

Wouldn't that undo the putting-it-pack-in-time and bring everything to
HEAD, so that the removed bug comes back?

> or 'svn up -rXXX' to update it to a specific revision.

Wouldn't that put *everything* to rXXX, thereby throwing away the
non-buggy changes of some files, too?

Could it be done by 'touch'ing all files in that directory and the
doing a commit?

> -John


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