How to revert local code to previous revision svn
I would like to revert only the local code to previous versions.
For extra points, what i would like to do is to revert a folder to a previous version (only locally) and generate a file of differences from the version after it.
e.g. say I have version 100. I want version 99 and a diff between that and 100, then 98 and 99 etc.
I've corrupted one file and I'd like to revert it back. My project is using git-svn. So how can I revert this one particular file? Or even better if I could view whole change set of this file. Detaile
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