[squeak-dev] Removing unwanted changes from a Monticello changeset.

Michael Davies mykdavies+squeak at gmail.com
Sat Mar 13 20:52:58 UTC 2010

On 13 March 2010 20:02, Levente Uzonyi <leves at elte.hu> wrote:

> On Sat, 13 Mar 2010, Michael Davies wrote:
>  I've made some changes to PluggableListMorph to allow it to give a preview
>> of keystroke events to the model, and I want to publish them, but when I
>> look at the changes in Monticello, it's spotted that I've got some other
>> changes to Morphic, which I don't want them to be included. I'm going to
>> save a copy of my image, revert the unwanted changes and then publish from
>> there, but I'm wondering if there's a better way to handle this situation?
> If you're looking at the changes with MC you can open the menu on each
> change (by right click) and revert it.
Thanks both for your responses. I wasn't able to successfully revert all my
changes as there were a few dependencies between them which were a bit too
tricky for me to work out in reverse, and I ended up crashing my image a
couple of times. Instead I ended up filing out PluggableListMorph and
loading it into a cleaner image, from where I could publish it.
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