[Ironruby-core] Uh oh - I think I pooched the SVN repository
brent.rowland at gmail.com
Tue Oct 23 02:53:45 EDT 2007
The usual method (
is unlikely to work without a case-sensitive file system, which would be
necesary for a clean checkout. The dump/load routine Sanghyeon suggested
should work if you have shell access on the server, but if you have shell
access on a system with a case-sensitive file system, using the usual system
seems less drastic.
On 10/22/07, John Lam (DLR) <jflam at microsoft.com> wrote:
> >>The last two commits were pretty complex and I think something got
> screwed up in the SVN >>repository. I think we did some transforms that my
> layout transform script is not getting right.
> >>It looks like I need to rollback two versions in the repository.
> However, I can't do a clean >>checkout right now to fix it. Does anyone know
> how to rollback a couple of versions in the SVN >>repository when you don't
> have a clean checkout?
> Some more information:
> It looks like what's causing the problem is the fact that the casing of
> the AST directory name was changed. So SVN has a AST and an Ast directory,
> but on Windows that resolves to the same directory which causes things to
> freak out.
> Now that I know what the problem is I can fix the Rakefile. But I still
> need to figure out how to roll the SVN server back to revision #44 (last
> known good).
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