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From Adrian Crum <>
Subject Re: [math] commit screw-up
Date Sun, 20 Oct 2013 14:59:21 GMT
With Tortoise SVN it's easy. Right-click on your local copy, select 
Tortoise SVN -> Show Log. Right-click on your commit, select Revert 
changes from this revision. Commit.

Adrian Crum
Sandglass Software

On 10/19/2013 11:22 PM, Phil Steitz wrote:
> I inadvertently committed some WIP on Kolmogorov-Smirnov test
> implementation (MATH-437) in r1533853, in which I meant only to fix
> some javadoc in BinomialConfidenceInterval.  The commit copies the
> existing implementation from the distribution package and makes some
> mods to it.  I did it this way to preserve history of the code that
> is being kept.  The code is not finished, has some checkstyle
> issues, but it should build OK.  I am not sure exactly how to undo
> this in svn so I can redo it later and I would prefer to just edit
> the commit log and finish the code that I was planning to commit
> later in subsequent commits.  Are people OK with this, or should I
> try to back out the copy / add?
> Maybe I need some of that git "change-stashing" capability ;)
> On the other hand, I am sure I will manage to screw up git commits
> in myriad other ways...
> Phil
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