On Mon, 2006-01-16 at 12:20 -0800, Drakie Awita wrote: > If I have 3 revisions of A, B, and W in a single branch of > "prj.release", with history graph of: A->B, A->W > Then monotone reports that there're two heads, B and W, in the branch > of "prj.release". > > Let's say revision W is mistakenly checked into the branch of > "prj.release" and should have had checked into its own branch of > "prj.working". In order to avoid the merge between B and W, how can I > rename the branch name of revision W from "prj.release" to > "prj.working"? > > I've tried "monotone cert <rev-W> branch prj.working"; but it appends > the branch names, instead of replacing it ("monotone log" shows two > "Branch:" names), and "monotone heads -b prj.release" still shows two > heads of both rev-B and rev-W. > > Is there anyway to undo the mistake of checking into a wrong branch? > Or at least have the "prj.release" branch back to single head (with > the content of rev-B) without unnecessary merge of rev-B and rev-W?
If you have not synced your database to somewhere else: monotone db execute "DELETE FROM revision_certs WHERE id = 'W' AND name = 'branch';" monotone cert W branch prj.working If you have synced your database to somewhere else: There's not really a good way. The closest is: "monotone disapprove W -b prj.release" Merge branch prj.release . but I think it won't be happy when you eventually do decide to merge a decendant of W into the release branch. Tim _______________________________________________ Monotone-devel mailing list Monotonefirstname.lastname@example.org http://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/monotone-devel