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Re: How to take back a revision from the trunk of a working copy?

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Thu, 17 Jan 2008 23:20:32 -0600

On Jan 17, 2008, at 23:17, B. Bogart wrote:

> Point Taken,
> I'm sending this message to clarify my solution.
> So rather than removing 227, I can only see one way to get my working
> copy to keep its contents and commit them as 228.
> So In short I'm in 226, made some changes, and I want this to be 228.

This may be the misunderstanding. You need to start at the current
HEAD revision, that is r227.

> Svn is not letting me commit due to "Out of Date" messages.

Right, you cannot commit if your working copy is not up to date.

> The only solution I found was to copy the changes files out of the
> working copy, update to the latest revision, copy the old files back
> over the current working copy and commit.
> All the merge -c stuff did not solve the issue.

Given a working copy of trunk at r227, you can apply a reverse-merge
of revision 227 to take it back:

        svn merge -c-227 url://to/trunk .


        svn diff

should confirm that the *reverse* of the changes in r227 have been
done in your working copy. Now you can commit it:

        svn ci -m "undoing r227 because foo"

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