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Version Control with Subversion
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Version Control with Subversion - Basic Work Cycle - Copying a File Onto Your Working File

Copying a File Onto Your Working File

If you get a conflict and decide that you want to throw out your changes, you can merely copy one of the temporary files created by Subversion over the file in your working copy:

$ svn update
C  sandwich.txt
Updated to revision 2.
$ ls sandwich.*
sandwich.txt  sandwich.txt.mine  sandwich.txt.r2  sandwich.txt.r1
$ cp sandwich.txt.r2 sandwich.txt
$ svn resolved sandwich.txt

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