[Chandler-dev] chandlerdb updated (0.6-35)

Mike Taylor bear at code-bear.com
Mon Jul 31 13:44:43 PDT 2006

On Jul 31, 2006, at 4:40 PM, Philippe Bossut wrote:

> Andi Vajda wrote:
>> This update introduces the changes to the --undo command line option:
>>   --undo n         undoes the 'n' newest versions of the repository
>>                    for example, to undo the last version, rc --undo 1
>>   --undo check     undoes all the newest versions as long as they 
>> fail check()
>>                    in other words, undo stops at the latest (newest) 
>> version
>>                    that passes check()
>> Reminder: all data for an undone version is permanently removed from 
>> the
>>           repository and cannot be recovered. Undo cannot be undone.
> Even with this caveat, this is a fantastically cool addition to 
> recover from a trashed repository. I feel a little bit better using 
> Chandler for all sorts of things already... :) Thanks!

Should Chandler, when it detects this option on the command-line, do 
some sort of backup?  Or add --undo-but-make-me-feel-warm-and-fuzzy ?


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