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RE: cancel the last commit

From: Arthur Barrett
Subject: RE: cancel the last commit
Date: Wed, 29 Dec 2004 07:15:56 +1100


Changes to the repository are final - however you can rollback your work
area (sandbox) to the previous state, and then commit these "changes".

If you are using Windows then you are probably using CVSNT (also
available for Linux/Unix/Mac for free).  CVSNT  has transactions which
allow you to do this:

cvs update -j @commitid -j "<@commidid" filename or module-name


Arthur Barrett

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Sent: Friday, 24 December 2004 10:11 PM
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Subject: cancel the last commit


I just commited a major change in my projet althought I hadden't 
commited small changes on the production/stable_relaese one. I just want

the repository to come back to the relaese it was before that last 
commit, so that I can commit the small/stable changes first, then I will

tag that release and finally create a new branch for the major changes I

just did.

How can I cancel my last commit ?


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