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Reverting out of a commit

From: Ron Gilbert <lists_at_rzweb.com>
Date: 2005-07-26 18:51:19 CEST

What is the best way to revert out of a commit on a single file? I
had a situation yesterday where a (binary) file was committed that
was corrupt (not svn's fault). It was the head, and I just wanted to
removed it, but I could not find a good way to do this. I ended up
pulling down the previous version and tried to commit that, but it
would not let me because it was not current, so I had to modify the
file before committing it.

This seem very cumbersome. Is there a way to remove the head, or
quickly make another revision the head?

Thanks, Ron

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