Create subversion undo point

function svnundopoint() { if [ -d .undo ]; then r=`svn info | grep Revision | cut -f 2 -d ' '` && t=`date +%F_%T` && f=${t}rev${r} && svn diff>.undo/$f && svn stat>.undo/stat_$f; else echo Missing .undo directory; fi }
Allows you to save progress without committing. To revert to an undo point, svn revert then apply the undo point with patch. svn revert -R . && patch -p0 < .undo/2009-03-27_08:08:11rev57 Similar:
Sample Output
$ mkdir .undo
$ svnundopoint 
$ ls .undo
2009-03-27_08:08:11rev57  stat_2009-03-27_08:08:11rev57
$ svnundopoint 
$ ls .undo/
2009-03-27_08:08:11rev57  stat_2009-03-27_08:08:11rev57
2009-03-27_08:09:57rev57  stat_2009-03-27_08:09:57rev57

By: codeape
2009-03-27 07:14:31

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