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Fri, 8 Feb 2002 18:17:37 -0500
The latest change to our repository was to commit some tens of files which
caused the code to break. I am trying to get back to the state a day ago and
commit it back to the repository effectively overriding the change made
(obviously this development had to be done on a branch but.... )
I cannot use update -D yesterday, because the result is sticky. removing the
stickiness with -A takes me back to what the repository has.
can we used -j with dates? Dates on -j only can be added when you have a
version/branch to point to.
This way maybe i can say, merge the changes from HEAD to DATE, which will
basically undo all the changes... I don't know how to do it though...
OR Is there another way which is cleaner? works? etc??
- reverting changes,
Arcin Bozkurt <=