Revert to changes to previous revision using smartgit?
How to revert to changes to previous revision using smartgit? I can't find an option there
Is there a way to compare two revisions of a spreadsheet using spreadsheet API and find the change summary? Regards Pravin B
I am using EGit 18.104.22.168-1212191850-r with GitHub. All of my local files are committed and pushed. There is only the master branch. I would like to permanently revert all of my files to a previous com
While trying to revert a commit I made to my repository of my .emacs.d folder I get the following message: haziz@haziz> git revert 7fe3f error: could not revert 7fe3f0b... .emacs.d contents from ub
I have SmartGit GUI tool for my beanstalk repos. I want to make a branch of one of my repos. For this i have created a branch using smartGit branch manager, but how i create this to beanstalk. and the
Imagine you want to use revision number as a state flag for documents in a database. Revision 1 is for raw documents, revision 2 for a certain processed state, and so on an so forth. What you want
How do I revert from my current state to a snapshot made on a certain commit? If I do git log, I get the following output: $ git log commit a867b4af366350be2e7c21b8de9cc6504678a61b` Author: Me <me
I am looking to create an undo mechanism for a TFS work item using the TFS API - this will undo committed changes. Basically, after saving new data (also using the API) to the work item, I would lik
I am working in Git and want to know the best way to revert all of my changes to this Repo back to a specific commit. For example, here is an example of what my log looks like: commit hash#1 commit ha
I want to entirely remove a CL from perforce. Not revert, but when you look up the History of the depot tree, it will be gone. All changes will be permanently removed. Is this possible? I'm using P4
Whenever I use the revert changes from this revision function in Tortoise SVN, then do Check for Modifications, I end up seeing a bunch of irrelevant Property modifications to files that have no
I'm implementing a ComboBox that can be refreshed by users using a button. I'm trying to make it so that the previously selected item is automatically reselected if still present inside the ComboBox a
I changed a lot of source-code files using a shell-script and reverted the changes with the command svn revert -R .. Every change had been undone correctly, but now I'm wondering why svn status report
How can I just get the revision number of a mercurial repository, without using pull, or, if possible, without cloning it from the server? Or if, as I guess, it's impossible, can I get the revision
Situation: I've got a SVN repository with lets say 100 revisions, rev. 100 being the most recent one. I've done some changes in rev. 90 which need to be reverted now. The changes in rev. 90 are self-c
Simple question: is there a way to revert --all from TortoiseHg workbench? I see how to revert an individual file. Ideally, I could click on a revision, and from the right mouse menu find a revert al
Every once in a while as I'm working on a local change, I'll realize that I want to undo the change made in a previous revision from a particular file while I'm in the middle of a set of changes. For
We are using Hibernate envers to store historical revisions of the data, there is a requirement to revert data to a certain revision. As we are using the Version column to use the optimistic locking a
I would like to start using DVCS with Git for a project on my local PC. It's a private project and is to allow me to keep track of changes and versions, and in the future allow outside developers to c
If I do conda info pandas I can see all of the packages available. I updated my pandas to the latest this morning, but I need to revert to a prior version now. I tried conda update pandas 0.13.1 bu
We've got a situation where someone messed up a Commit to our SVN server. A lot of files were deleted, etc. Question: What is the technique for making the previous (to the bad Commit) revision the HE
We use SmartGit for much of our interaction with Git. SmartGit doesn't allow you to specify custom URIs for remote branches. It likes you to select from a list, which doesn't include changes listed un
SmartGit seems to be far superior to GitHub for Windows, but I am missing one feature - ability to start git command line. How can I do this?
I am trying to use sysdate() to pull data for the previous month.
In Git, during a merge, is there a way that we can tell to discard what ever local changes present (or previous commit) and apply the merge. I mean if there is a way,then we can do merges like branch
I have done some changes on a branch but i did not commit. Then i did a merge and now my changes are lost, is there any way i can recover it? Newbie github user here
When using Autoconf in a project managed with Subversion, I would put this code in configure.ac: AC_REVISION($Revision: 1234 $) With svn:keywords Revision, AC_REVISION would insert the revision numbe
In the context: git revert HEAD~2 myFile fatal: bad revision '/Users/rose/gitTest/myFile' I'm sure HEAD~2 exists. EDIT Amber is correct. I meant to use reset instead of revert.
If I have a PHP application which allows users to make changes to documents, what is the best way to implement revision tracking for each document? I want the storage of each revision to be deltified
I want to revert part of changes in a file. I know in p4v you can easily revert files line by line. I am wondering how to do that using p4 command.
git show-branch displays commits using the relative revision expressions that can be parsed by git-parse-rev, for example dev~106^2~52. How can I get the same output from git-log?
I am new to Team Foundation server and someone committed changes that they weren't supposed to the night previous. I need to revert this changeset so that when people get latest version they will not
I have a Subversion branch checked out using TortoiseSVN in Windows. I have a file, call it myfile.txt, that I want to rename, say to mynewfile.txt. I want to keep myfile.txt around, however, and just
I have several files shown as changed. If i revert changes nothing happens. If I remove them from disk and then run git checkout -- . from console they shown as changed again. How to tell Idea to forg
I have a broken merge and I want to revert changes in the working directory to find out where it's broken. I want to preserve the index so I can add the fixes to it and eventually check them in. Essen
Possible Duplicate: How do you roll back (reset) a git repository to a particular commit? I have the following revisions in order r1, r2, r3, r4, r5 in origin/master. How do I revert the entire co
What's the difference between following? (right click on the project folder) update to revision XXX (right click on the log list) revert to this revision (right click on the log list) revert changes
How to get number of revision by using repo command?
I'm new with Mercurial and I'm still trying to establish a workflow. I clone a remote repository. I then make changes and commits to my local repository. I would like to push a clean revision history
I use Reversion to control changes in model objects. In documentation I've found this: Whenever you call save() on a model within the scope of a revision, it will be added to that revision Here's my
I accidentally updated 71 rows of 1 column in table. Its production i want to learn how i can revert back those changes. Its and Postgre environment. Just after updating I realized where condition is
I am trying to subtract the value of a previous row from the current row using SQL. SELECT rd.PONum, od.OrderLine, rd.PartNum, p.PartDescription, od.OrderNum, rd.OurQty, od.Number01 AS Reserved, CASE
Need to select previous element using only selector of jquery My HTML: <li class=collapsable> <div class=hitarea collapsable-hitarea></div> <span id=devicelist class=ankr&
I have local changes which I have stored in stash. I have now (afterwards) created a new branch and want to push my changes from stash to this branch. SmartGit: Local > Apply stash. When I try to S
This question already has an answer here: Reset or revert a specific file to a specific revision using Git? 21 answers Is there a way to go through different commits on a file. Say I modified a
A new developer went crazy on a large git repository, really messed it up and pushed. All his changes can be thrown away. My problem: Our git hoster does not allow push --force, so I have to pull firs
I am searching for a way to use git blame through smartgit UI. Is it available or am I searching for a missing feature? UPDATE: Available with SmartGitHg4 http://www.syntevo.com/smartgithg/whatsnew.h
My project broke somewhere in the past 25 revisions. I need to isolate the file causing the problem, and would like to find the revision where the problem was introduced. I was thinking of using svn u
I'm trying to get the code that I had 5 commits ago, and I'm doing that by going into the log and doing checkout on the specific commit, and I'm checking out this commit into a new branch but the prob
How do I revert from generate:resource while using JeffreyWay/Laravel-4-Generators ? Is there a shortcut to remove the installed resource through a command, something like the inverse of the statement
Simply put: my right-click menus seem to be missing the option to revert to previous revisions. I'm using version 1.7.5. According to the help file, when I RMB on a revision, I should see: Compare wi