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Re: verify signals problems: can a revision be ignored?

From: schoenfeld / in-medias-res <schoenfeld_at_in-medias-res.com>
Date: 2007-08-15 15:48:38 CEST


> I don't know the cause of the problem (I must have messed up while
> using RapidSVN), but now I would like to be able to at least
> "ignore" or

currently there is no feature to get rid of a revision (as i know there
is a obliterate feature beeing worked on, but not yet available). But
you can create a new revision with a copy of a previous working revision
by using the svn copy command.


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Received on Wed Aug 15 15:46:45 2007

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