How to Undo Subversion commit
I by mistake commit a file to one of the branch. I want to undo the commit, is it possible to do so. Please suggest me a solution.
I have a subversion repository, where each branch is a separate project. I would like to change this architecture, and to gradually move to mercurial. How can I convert a single branch of a subversion
Let's say that I changed the svn:ignore property for ^/trunk/doc and added a new file ^/trunk/newfile in r100. Now I would like to undo the change to the svn:ignore property in ^/trunk/doc but leave n
We recently moved from Subversion to Git(lab). In our subversion setup we had a way to force PMD analysis using a pre-commit hook. Is there a way to do something similar with Gitlab.
This seems to be very basic question but I am knocked out. How to test those scripts which one has written for hooking purpose. As we know that script is running in background and only error is throwi
I know how to add and commit one file: git add [file name] and git commit -m but what about if I have many file in different dir. how is the right way to do it? Thanks.
With a pending third party application upgrade the .xml files that contain our $Revision$ tag will now be packaged in a zip file at commit time. How can I get the revision number in the xml file in
I just ran git init on an already existing git repo. The result is Reinitialized existing Git repository How can I undo this? Thanks!
How do I view commits that are about to be pushed? I'd made a local commit. Pull a change. And no it requires a merge. I prefer not to merge and would like to undo the commit, Pull, Update changes, Th
Something that will alert your/force you to commit after editing X number of files, or modifying X number of lines of code, or writing X number of lines of code. Edit: There's clearly no feasible way
I cloned a large SVN repository (nearly 8,000 commits) and it seems to be OK. Since then, the commit messages of about 20 Subversion commit messages have been changed to correct a typo. This was done
I want to build a workspace with subversion, and I followed some tutorials; Install subversion --OK svnadmin create /var/svn/repos --OK rebuild the conf file (delete # in passwd,authz,svnserve.con
I am using SourceTree for Windows for a git-repository and would like to undo an unpushed commit. Is that possible? If I do revert commit, it creates a second commit which reverts the first commit,
I would to download the JNA subversion http://java.net/projects/jna/sources/svn/show/tags/3.2.7/jnalib/src?rev=1183 How can I do that? I use Windows 7
How can I undo my last accidentally commited (not pushed) change in Mercurial? If possible, a way to do so with TortoiseHg would be prefered. Update In my concrete case I commited a changeset (not pus
I made a mistake in a git svn dcommit and would like to undo the commit. (I was actually trying to push to a branch, but pushed to trunk instead.) How can I do this with git-svn?
I installed the setup wizard for subversion Setup-Subversion-1.7.5 But how do I run Subversion? After the installation is complete I do not see any program to run in any directory. The ReadMe file d
Hi im trying to create a pre-commit hook so what when a user commits code, it is checked for a jira association. I only want it to apply to a specific project, how do i do this? I have a structure lik
I'm in a situation where I don't want to commit my current changes to the trunk. I would like to commit to a private branch and work there a little until I'm sure that everything is OK. I will merge c
I am investigating a way to commit all modified/added files via the command line with subversion, excluding a provided black list - is this possible? If I have, say, 100 files I would like to commit,
What are best practices to accomplish this task: I have commits: A -- B -- C Commit B consist of: file1.java file2.java icon.png I would like to undo changes to file1 and file2 but not to icon.png.
We can successfully setup sending commit e-mails, by adding a post commit hook to a repository, via SMTP. However this only works when the SMTP connection does not use SSL. We are going to lose our no
I was wondering if there was anyway in which I could obtain usage stats for collabnet subversion? I specifically want to know what users are connecting to the subversion server and how often? I've loo
When I do a svn commit from the unix command line it switches to the parent directory before opening up the editor. This caues great confusion when I do a shell escape since I'm not where I think I am
I just made a perfectly good commit to the wrong branch. How do I undo the last commit in my master branch and then take those same changes and get them into my upgrade branch?
I've pushed a commit and I want to revert changes introduced by this commit by applying and committing a reversed patch. How do I do it?
I want to use Subversion with a script based development system, and was wondering what to do differently to my usual situation (C#/.NET). The normal day-to-day update/commit cycle will work fine, as
I have a subversion repository that I committed to and it's hard drive crashed. My latest backup is one revision behind. I can't commit to the backed up repository because the working copy is one revi
I have created a migration using the Add-Migration command, but I'd like to change the name of that migration. How can I undo the migration command, so that I can regenerate it using the new desired n
When I run: svn commit -m some message myFile.txt in the DOS shell, it gives me an empty line as the result. There's no error message, etc. And the file is not committed. What could be causing thi
As far as I know, when you want to undo something in Git you have to explicitly find the command to undo whatever it is you've done and issue it. For instance, one way among many to undo a commit and
We've got a pretty complicated repository here, and I'm trying to get the most out of our recent switch to Subversion. We generally have things setup like this: parent_dir (unversioned) ->module1_d
Is there any undo/redo plugin in jquery. If not how one can implement and undo/redo mechanism on a particular html emlement. thanks.
First, I used update to revision to update one of my directories to an old revision because we had to undo some changes. However, when I go to commit now, It is stating that items of my project are
On my linux virtual server I have subversion running, everything is working fine. As a single developer I use 1 checkout on my local machine (max osx), edit files, commit and so on, everything is fine
I got very used to git's way of having to touch every file you want to commit, and, while at it, double-check the diff. Now at work i have to use svn and i keep commiting stuff accidentially. Is there
I have a client who had to rebuild his automated build server. He checked out his project folder from my subversion server but is now no longer able to commit - he gets this error: Error: Commit faile
I was searching the web on tutorials / examples on how to use the Undo Monad Transformer but haven't found any. Could someone please give a minimalistic example that shows how to use it? Or pointing
I mistakenly checked out several projects, but I only need 1 of them. How do I undo a checkout in tortoise SVN?
I have commit access (write permission) to only one branch in Subversion repository. Unfortunately said branch was created out of trunk some time ago; I'd like to rebase it on top of current trunk (
Tk documentation talks about undo stack, but doesn't mention whether it's possible to inspect it directly. I'd like to show Undo command as inactive when undo stack is exhausted. Is keeping track of u
After having merged some changes from one branch to another I have the following files modified M . M modifiedDueToMerge M modifiedByMe I only want to commit what comes from the merge, in other words
We're hosting a subversion repository for distrubuted software development. So non-employees have access to some of our sorce code. Our company's IT security policy requires us to virusscan all files
Is there any options in tortoisegit to undo the last commit into the repo? I by mistake pushed a large number of unnecessary files into my git repository(branch:master) which I need to undo. I have se
I'm relatively new to Subversion. I'm familiar with the basic concepts and have used simple checkout/update/commit commands, but nothing more. I am starting a new project and would like to use Subvers
I'm trying to make subversion automatically deploy the current working copy upon commit. eg, if someone checks out the 'public_html' repo and then commits a change, I need SVN to automatically run 'sv
I feel a bit embarrassed asking this questions, but how the heck can I get regular undo/redo buttons into the toolbar of eclipse? I've often to switch between German and English keyboard layout. Y and
I can have the post commit hook send out an email every time someone checks something, but can I limit that to only if people check something into the tags directory? Basically I want a notification w
My app doesn't use Core Data yet. Is it true that I must use Core Data for undo/redo? And: How does the user do the undo/redo? I've never seen it in action, and never ever used it. Don't know how I sh
After following https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/visualsvn/2LpBN8qtEfM The below procedure describes how to “undo” the last commit to an svn repository (fsfs backend) in an extreme case: (Pleas
What is the simplest way to undo a particular commit that is: not in the head or HEAD Has been pushed to the remote. Because if it is not the latest commit, git reset HEAD doesn't work. And becaus