Posted by Kelvin on 23 May 2011 at 12:53 pm | Tagged as: programming
I recently had to revert a svn commit of a developer who was absolutely CLUELESS about how subversion works and ended up undoing a bunch of my changes. ARGH!
I decided to rollback ALL her changes and let her reapply the commits. Here's how to do it:
svn commit -m "Undoing a clueless commit"