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old Version to a new revision

From: Matthias Mosimann <matthias_mosimann_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2005-09-06 15:19:42 CEST

Hi folks

I've got this scenario: 2 Developers work with a subversion repository.
Example: It's revision 10. I add 20 files. Then it's time for revision 11
and my friend do some changes in some other files (araound 10 or so but not
in mine). We have revision 12 now.

But .. and now there is a problem: For Revision 13 he decide to go back to
his revision 10 - files. Because he did some stupid things in Revision 12
(when he did the changes). But he want also conserve my files from revision
11. What can he do?

One solution is to check out the revesion 10 and copy all 10 files (that
ones he changed in revsion 12) and make a new commit with the old files. So
then he can conserve my 20 files I added in revision 11 and he restore his
files from revsion 10. The we'll have revision 13. Is that a good plan?

Now my question: Is there any simply command for this? (To push an old
existing file that is allready under subversion controll to a totaly new

I hope the context is clear and I excuse me for my poor english. If you have
any further questions please ask them.

Many thanks for your helps! The subversion team does a great job.


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