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Re: reverting to a previous version

From: Talden <talden_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-06-07 04:04:31 CEST

I believe you would usually perform a reverse merge over the range of
revisions you're looking to 'remove'.

This leaves a history that this has occurred of course.

The only way to truly remove the commits is to dump up to the revision
you want to keep and then produce a new repository from that dump.

--
Talden
On 6/7/07, Mark Farnell <mark.farnell@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi!
>
> Suppose if I would like to permanently revert to a previous version, and I
> ran:
>
> svn update -r<foo>
>
> Then if I want to make this version as the current version for future use
> and I ran:
>
>  svn commit -m <message>
>
> However this failed as subversion considers that I made no changes.
>
> How can I let subversion know that I would like to copy the specified
> version as the newest version?
>
> Thanks!
>
> Mark
>
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