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Svn revert

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by , 06-02-2011 at 07:16 PM (2099 Views)
You must have used SVN while working in a team on a Java project. In this post, Ill write about 'revert' command.

Let me present a scenario. You made some changes in a class and now you realize that the changes are not required/not correct. You wish to discard your changes. You have to use svn revert to discard your changes.

Java Code:
$ svn revert foo.java
Reverted foo.java
Following switches are available:

Java Code:
--targets FILENAME
--recursive (-R)
--quiet (-q)
--config-dir DIR
Do note that if you donít provide targets to svn revert, it will do nothing.

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