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From: H.Merijn Brand
September 10, 2002 09:16
Message ID: 20020910154726.4293.H.M.BRAND@hccnet.nl
On Tue 10 Sep 2002 15:39, Jarkko Hietaniemi <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Does p4 have a SCCS like 'unedit' command?
> "p4 revert", see "p4 help revert" (for discarding any changes, and
> closing ("unediting", I guess) the file), or maybe "p4 sync -f" (for
> forcefully syncing your working copy from the repository, discarding
> any changes, works only on closed files, not open ones), see "p4 help sync".
I just did 'p4 edit' to one file too many (I already changed it and submitted
it as a test case) and didn't change it (yet).
So I found no commands in the list to unedit. Mind you, there were no changes
(yet) to revert. It was not bad, because more (and more) reading made me
decide to put yet another piece of text in that file, so it had to change
Andy's changes to the doc's are in as 17889 and 17890
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