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Re: Set older revision as new HEAD

From: Mathias Wagner <wagner_at_fmi.uni-passau.de>
Date: 2005-06-20 16:24:04 CEST

>>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.

If I execute the command from above svn first deletes a part of my
sources and then adds almost all of them again. But not all! Some
folders are missing although these folders apear if I do a co -r 130.

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