revert one or more changesets in svn

svn merge -r 1337:1336 PATH PATH
Reverts the changes that were made in a particular revision, in the local working copy. You must commit the local copy to the repository to make it permanent. This is very useful for undoing a change. You can revert multiple changes by specifying numbers wider apart; Just remember to put the highest number first.
Sample Output
--- Reverse-merging r1337 into 'PATH':
U    PATH

-1
By: troelskn
2009-02-06 00:48:17

What Others Think

alternatively, to revert the changeset, just type in svn merge -c -1337 PATH PATH
magictoken · 500 weeks and 3 days ago

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