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Re: How to undo a commit?

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2009a_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Tue, 31 Mar 2009 06:33:40 -0500

On Mar 30, 2009, at 12:34, David Weintraub wrote:

> Okay, exactly what is the issue:
> * Your commit is fine, but the comment is incorrect.
> * Your commit is incorrect.
> The first one can be changed via the "svn propedit --revprop -r<rev>
> svn:log" command. There are two caveats: The first is that you need to
> enable to "pre-revprop-change" hook which is disabled by default. You
> can't change a revision property without such a hook.


> The other is
> that you must for some strange reason have a working copy. It doesn't
> really matter what's in your working copy as long as you have a
> working copy. Yes, the "svn propedit --revprop" doesn't change a thing
> in the working copy, and the change in the repository takes place
> immediately without a commit, but you can't run this command against a
> URL.

That's always worked for me. What happens for you?


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