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Re: revision confusion

From: François Beausoleil <fbeausoleil_at_ftml.net>
Date: 2005-05-12 18:58:25 CEST

Dirk Schenkewitz said the following on 2005-05-12 11:32:
> 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?

What you want is a reverse merge, undoing a particular commit.

If the bug was introduced in revision 80, you need to merge 80:79, such
as this:

svn merge -r80:79 URL_TO_REPOS/project/dir

You could also reverse merge changes to a specific file. See "Undoing
Changes" in the Subversion book:


Hope that helps,

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Received on Thu May 12 19:43:51 2005

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