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Re: Set older revision as new HEAD

From: Mathias Wagner <wagner_at_fmi.uni-passau.de>
Date: 2005-06-20 18:13:46 CEST

> Suppose the URL for root directory of your "main" development is
> file:///svnreps/sep_ss05/sep1/sep, and that you want to get rid of all
> changes in this subtree after rev 130. Then:
> svn delete file:///svnreps/sep_ss05/sep1/sep
> svn copy -r 130 file:///svnreps/sep_ss05/sep1/sep_at_130 \
> file:///svnreps/sep_ss05/sep1/sep

Thank you very much. I'll try this one on the next failure ;) . What I
did was to delete everything, checkout Revision 130, delete all .svn
folders, commit, copy all files from 130 and commit again.
This is a very poor solution and probably consumes a lot of discspace.
But we have a very small project so this should be quite usefully.

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