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RE: Completely removing a Revision

From: Leon Zandman <lzandman_at_lode.nl>
Date: 2005-08-02 08:36:54 CEST

> Is there a way to completely remove a revision and revert
> back to a previous revision as if nothing changed?

Last week there was a thread on this mailing list called "How to revert
a commit". In that thread it was suggested to create a new repository
and execute the following commands:

svnadmin dump -r0:73 old-repo | svnadmin load --force-uuid new-repo

Maybe this is what you seek? You can use the mailing list's search
engine on the Subversion website to read that thread.


Leon Zandman

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Received on Tue Aug 2 08:39:33 2005

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