I need to check out a revision from a repository, that supports only git. I 
don't know much about git, but I am used to svn.
It seems that git first needs s clone before doing anything. And that clone 
would be the current version - the wrong one in my case.
After that I do:
git checkout <rev-number>

I get informed that Head now is pointing the rev-number. I need to download 
that revision, and also overwite anything from the current version, while 
erasing any extra files or dirs.

I have tried everything i could find, fetch --all, clean -fd etc., but I 
always ene up with the initial, wrong version.

What should I do?

TIA,
Nikos

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