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Rollback /undo local source changes (transaction editing??)

Hello there,

I was woundering if there is a solution to the following problem i
have.

Is it possible with VS2003 to undo local changes made from a certain
(defined) startpoint to a (defined) endpoint. Like you can with
databse transactions. Offcourse i know this is possible with tools
like CVS, TFS, ClearCase, but in this later case you have allready
checked-in some code which i don't want. I just want to rollback some
edit changes on my local sources from a defined startpoint.

Thx
Martijn B

Aug 21 '07 #1
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Martijn B <ma*************@ordina.nl>'s wild thoughts were
released on Tue, 21 Aug 2007 09:03:26 -0000 bearing the
following fruit:
>Hello there,

I was woundering if there is a solution to the following problem i
have.

Is it possible with VS2003 to undo local changes made from a certain
(defined) startpoint to a (defined) endpoint. Like you can with
databse transactions. Offcourse i know this is possible with tools
like CVS, TFS, ClearCase, but in this later case you have allready
checked-in some code which i don't want. I just want to rollback some
edit changes on my local sources from a defined startpoint.
Are you using source safe? If so then yes, you can rollback
to any point in the files history.

J
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Jan Hyde

https://mvp.support.microsoft.com/profile/Jan.Hyde
Aug 21 '07 #2

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