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Re: svn update problem

From: François Beausoleil <fbeausoleil_at_ftml.net>
Date: 2005-05-26 22:50:11 CEST

Hello Dmitry,

Dmitry Lumpov said the following on 2005-05-26 13:02:
> I have a problem with 'svn update' command.
> I did a simple example: createad a repository, then imported a file structure
> with couple of directories and one text file. Then I changed this file and to
> revert it back to the version from repository used 'svn update' command. In
> result I got - "At revision n", but my file was not changed to the version from
> this revision. Moreover, 'svn status' command says that this file was modified.
> Please, tell me how to do 'update' command correctly.
> I am using last version of cvn with BDB 4.3

If you want to revert, simply do
svn revert

The command you ran - svn update, keeps local modifications. So, the
file was really at revision 'n', but with local modifications.

Hope that helps,

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Received on Thu May 26 22:53:13 2005

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