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SVN Roll back

Today we had committed the wrong version into the trunk by mistake.

Little googling got me the answer. Here is the scenario which might save your @$$ .

My Best friend today was svn merge.

svn merge is also used to roll back a change that has already been committed. 

Suppose you’re working away happily on a working copy of /calc/trunk, and you discover that the change made has been checked-in to trunk by accident as 939 but you want the roll back to original.
Use the below command
$ svn merge -r 926:939 http://svn.example.com/repos/calc/trunk

Here merge will get 926 version into your checkout code then all you need to do is Check-In the latest version into Trunk.
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