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Fixing Errors Withing a New Version

From: Hal Vaughan <hal_at_thresholddigital.com>
Date: 2005-10-18 16:38:13 CEST

I've found "Version Control with Subversion" very helpful, but I haven't been
able to go through the entire book at this point (probably won't have time
for a good while to read it all). I've had two problems to solve, and this
group was most helpful with the first one a while ago (ignoring directories).

The only other issue I have is that typos are VERY easy for me, it's part of a
learning disability. When I first finish writing a new program or library, I
want to commit it right away, for safety. However when I test run it, I'll
find typos that syntax highlighting didn't show. I'd like to be able to fix
small errors like this without creating a new version when I commit. I think
this would essentially be editing a committed version (usually the head)
without creating a new version. I don't want to do this for big errors or
bugs, but it would be a huge help to not have different versions with the
only difference between them being the fixing of a few typos.

Is there a way to edit an already committed version (again, usually the head)
without creating a new version?



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