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Hi!

If the last commited change (say 123) in designer showed up to be "****",
is it safe to:

* go to the revision history (Version Control tab)
* mark previous commit (122) and click "Get Revision"
* commit

and I would be back to the same state as Before the "crappy" commit (122) in a new commit (124)?

BR
/Thomas

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  • liasson;2494320 wrote:
    Hi!

    If the last commited change (say 123) in designer showed up to be "****",
    is it safe to:

    * go to the revision history (Version Control tab)
    * mark previous commit (122) and click "Get Revision"
    * commit

    and I would be back to the same state as Before the "crappy" commit (122) in a new commit (124)?

    BR
    /Thomas


    It's been several years since I've done it, but from what I remember, yes, that's what you do.

    Might want to make sure you have current backups of both the project workspace and the Svn server, just in case iit somehow goes horribly wrong.
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  • liasson;2494320 wrote:
    Hi!

    If the last commited change (say 123) in designer showed up to be "****",
    is it safe to:

    * go to the revision history (Version Control tab)
    * mark previous commit (122) and click "Get Revision"
    * commit

    and I would be back to the same state as Before the "crappy" commit (122) in a new commit (124)?

    BR
    /Thomas


    It's been several years since I've done it, but from what I remember, yes, that's what you do.

    Might want to make sure you have current backups of both the project workspace and the Svn server, just in case iit somehow goes horribly wrong.
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