Eric Berry elberry at gmail.com
Fri May 1 01:03:31 BST 2009

I ran into a situation today where I had to revert back some changes between
a set of revisions at my work's SVN repository.

The easiest way I could think to accomplish this was to create a patch for
the revisions, and then apply it in reverse to my working copy, and then
commit those changes.

This worked out pretty well, and I was wondering if there is something like
this for BZR already built in?

I looked at the help documentation for the merge command, and it looks like
I can do a merge from the higher revision to the lower revision, is this
correct? I also found this bug report (
https://bugs.launchpad.net/bzr/+bug/152008), but the steps there looked much
more complicated.

Is the high to low revision merge the correct way to do this?


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