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Re: resetting revision back to zero

From: John Eric Hamacher <badgerduke_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-08-30 15:04:29 CEST

Huh, I really didn't do anything but install Subversion before I imported my
project. But that's OK I'll have to live with it.

On 8/29/07, Andy Levy <andy.levy@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> On 8/29/07, John Eric Hamacher <badgerduke@gmail.com> wrote:
> > For some reason, when I loaded a new project into Subversion, it chose
> > revision 7 to be my starting point. I have no idea what might be in
> > previous versions, if anything. I would like to reset my project
> revision
> > number to zero. How can I do this? Thanks.
>
> Subversion didn't "choose" to make revision 7 your starting point for
> "some reason." When you performed the import, there had been 6
> previous commits to that repository. Therefore your import was commit
> #7.
>
> Create a new repository and import your project into that. You can't
> reset the revision number of an existing repository to any arbitrary
> value.
>

-- 
John (Eric) Hamacher
Java Developer
Madison, Wisconsin
(608)-334-9260
Received on Thu Aug 30 15:01:52 2007

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