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Undo Commit wrong version of file

From: <Stephane.CLINCKART_at_ext.ec.europa.eu>
Date: 2007-03-14 16:49:26 CET

--> I had a problem with my email … maybe I already send send this email… but I didn't got answeer.
     Please send me the response again in this case. Thanks.
What to do if someone commited a bad modification on a file in subversion?
--> By mistake one developper of my team commited a file that he change for test purpose.
Actually I "solved" it by doing this procedure:
File X
Version 1 OK
Version 2 BAD (human mistake)
Version 3 Copy of version 1
But is there no way to do it better? (Somethink like make an "undo commit" or change the "HEAD" to a specific version?

Received on Wed Mar 14 16:50:18 2007

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