Is it possible to change an already committed commit message?
cri79 at libero.it
Sun Mar 13 13:29:58 EDT 2011
I run this command in the ...guide/C/ folder:
svn propedit -r 20415 --revprop svn:log
Then I change the old commit message in the text editor that opens and
save the file.
After saving that's what I see:
svn: Revprop change blocked by pre-revprop-change hook (exit code 1)
Sorry [cmarchi], you cannot change [svn:log].
I've also tried with:
svn propset -r 20145 --revprop svn:log "Change ppi to 144 for all
figures and remove a unused screenshot."
but I get the same message.
Il 13/03/2011 17:52, Derek Atkins ha scritto:
> On Sun, March 13, 2011 12:50 pm, Cristian Marchi wrote:
>> I've mixed up a couple of modification that I wanted to commit
>> separately and so I've committed them together erroneously. Is there a
>> way to change the commit message for rev20415 from "Remove a unused
>> screenshot." to "Change ppi to 144 for all figures and remove a unused
>> I've tried with  but I have not permission to do it.
>> I'm sorry for making a little mess.
>>  http://subversion.apache.org/faq.html#change-log-msg
> What happens if you use propedit?
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