Is partial revert possible ?

Asked by Banksy on 2011-07-20

If I have been making a large number of changes to a single file and I realise I want to undo *some* of them, is there any way I can use Bazaar Explorer to select which changes I want to undo ?

Thanks.

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2011-07-21
Jonathan Riddell (jr) said : #1

bzr shelve is a command to select parts of your changes and "shelve them"

bzr qshelve was recently added to qbzr, if you have qbzr from trunk it will give you a GUI

I don't think it is integrated into bzr-explorer yet

Alexander Belchenko (bialix) said : #2

Banksy пишет:
> If I have been making a large number of changes to a single file and I realise I want to undo *some* of them, is there any way I can use Bazaar Explorer to select which changes I want to undo ?

In Bazaar Explorer use "All Commands" and run "qshelve" (you need latest
qbzr from trunk).

rod boggess (rboggess) said : #3

How does one get the latest qbzr from trunk? Yesterday, I uninstalled bazaar from appwiz.cpl, then installed the latest stable TortoiseBzr/Bazaar setup package for Windows, and when I try running qshelve from tortoise explorer, it says it's an unrecognized command.

Alexander Belchenko (bialix) said : #4

rod boggess пишет:
> Question #165434 on Bazaar Explorer changed:
> https://answers.launchpad.net/bzr-explorer/+question/165434
>
> rod boggess posted a new comment:
> How does one get the latest qbzr from trunk? Yesterday, I uninstalled
> bazaar from appwiz.cpl, then installed the latest stable
> TortoiseBzr/Bazaar setup package for Windows, and when I try running
> qshelve from tortoise explorer, it says it's an unrecognized command.

Use latyest released versions of QBzr 0.21 and Bazaar Explorer 1.2.0 (it
already has support for qshelve/qunshelve). You can install them with
corresponding windows installers.

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