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Chris Morris wrote: > Scenario: bulk of the team on a branch, one member on the trunk, now we > want to abandon what's been done on the trunk and when we're done with > the branch make the branch the trunk. You could: --export the branch to another directory --co the trunk --copy the exported branch files on top of the trunk --add any new files --rm any removed ones --ci and now the trunk is identical to the branch. > > Or this: we simply want to rollback everything on the trunk to the point > in time we made the branch. To do this: --from the trunk, up -j <branchpoint> (I'm not sure how to identify the branchpoint! Maybe you have a tag at that point? Know the date?) --commit --up -j <branch> --commit Now you're up to date with the branch. -- Glen Starrett