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Sunday, December 5, 2010

Reverting selected adds in SVN

I've been used to the TortoiseSVN client for years now and it gave me everything I needed in a nice UI. Recently I moved to Mac OS X and now getting used to the SVN command line client.

I by mistake today did an svn add from the root folder - which added all .java as well as .class files.

I could do an svn revert easily, but that will revert the changes I did for existing files as well - which I do not want to happen.

So - following is the one I came up with and works really handy - and thought of sharing.

From the root folder...
$ find . -name '*.class' | xargs svn revert