Lost the work of a month? :(

Nicholas Allen allen at ableton.com
Thu Aug 28 16:04:11 BST 2008

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This kind of thing happening makes me wonder if the UI is wrong on
Bazaar for this. I would expect the revert to take me back to the same
state as before I did the update command not to make it difficult for
me to get back to where I was and give me a heart attack in the
process thinking that all my work is lost.

I'm not sure how to fix this but I think it is definitely wrong how it


Juan Pedro Bolivar Puente wrote:
> Hi,
> I am working on a (solo) project and I used bind so commits are
> automatically commited to the project hosting.
> This summer I have been working away so I have done many commits
> using --local. Today, I decided to commit those changes to the main
> branch, so I did:
> $ bzr update.
> As there were new changes not committed locally a merge was done.
> Without reading the docs, I tried to undo that step by doing
> $ bzr revert
> What happened was that all my changes commited using --local
> disappeared, which means that I have lost my work of weeks...
> Please, is there any way to reload my local commits? I've lost my
> work of a month, I'm getting mad...
> Many thanks, JP

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