svn commit: r188087 - head/sys/dev/cfi
christoph.mallon at gmx.de
Tue Feb 3 11:58:23 PST 2009
Daniel Gerzo schrieb:
> Hello Sam,
> Tuesday, February 3, 2009, 8:11:31 PM, you wrote:
>> Sam Leffler wrote:
>>> Author: sam
>>> Date: Tue Feb 3 19:09:16 2009
>>> New Revision: 188087
>>> URL: http://svn.freebsd.org/changeset/base/188087
>>> honor any interface width (e.g. setup by the bus shim) and don't probe;
>>> this is needed for the moment to workaround bus shim issues
>>> head/sys/dev/cfi/cfi_bus_ixp4xx.c (contents, props changed)
>> Sigh, this was supposed to only commit cfi_core.c but also caught the
>> xscale bus shim. Not sure if there's any way to fix this. Sure wish
>> svn worked like perforce and let you edit the commit list.
You can abort a commit by not modifying the commit log file at all or
deleting *all* content of the commit log.
You can also create changelists (svn help changelist).
> svn revert file?
svn revert is for throwing away local changes. But you can do the
following to reverse-merge the revision:
svn merge -c -$REVISION .
Mind the "-" before the revision number. This is equivalent to -r
$REVISION:($REVISION - 1).
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