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Re: Set older revision as new HEAD

From: Ulrich Eckhardt <eckhardt_at_satorlaser.com>
Date: 2005-06-20 15:27:46 CEST

Mathias Wagner wrote:
> I somehow broke my code with svn. So I checked out an older revision.
> But how can I tell svn that I want that older revision to be the new

This is described in the book under undoing/reverting changes.

> This is what I tried:
> svn merge -r HEAD:130 file:///svnreps/sep_ss05/sep1/sep/
> But it does not fix my problem. What else can I do?

A reverse merge (i.e. with -r HEAD:130) should do the trick. What does it say?
What are the problems? What did you expect? IOW, you need to provide a bit
more info.


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