Replacing resources in the Workbench
To replace Workbench resources with versions in the repository:
- Select a resource in one of the navigation views.
- From the resource's pop-up menu, select one of the following menu items:
- Replace With > Latest From <Branch Name> or <Version>
- replace the Workbench resource with the latest resources currently committed
to the branch that the local project is shared with or if the local project
is checked out as a version then replace with the same version.
- Team > Revert to Base
- replace the Workbench resource with the last checked out revision.
Deleted files are restored.
- Replace With > Another Branch or Version - replace the Workbench
resource with a specific version or branch that you select in the repository.
When you select this option, another window opens, so that you can browse
through the branch and version tags in the repository and select the one
that you want.
- Replace With > History... - (available only on a file) replace
the Workbench file with another revision of the file. Based on your preference settings,
either the History view or a dialog will open. The History view (or dialog)
will contain a table of all available revisions of the selected file.
Selecting one of the revisions will show the differences between the workspace
revision and the selected revision. To replace the workspace revision, you
should select the revision that you want and choose 'Get Contents' from the
context menu. This will replace the contents of the workspace file with those
of the selected revision.
- Team > Switch to Another Branch or Version - this
update will replace Workbench resources with those on the tag specified
in the Update dialog. The behavior differs from the above replace operations
in that uncommitted modifications in the Workbench are not replaced but
instead are "moved" to the resources from the selected tag.
For more details on the specifics of this operation, see the CVS documentation
at https://directory.fsf.org/wiki/CVS relating to the
use of the -r option with cvs update.
Tip: When replacing with a branch or version or when updating, you
can specify a particular date instead of a a version or branch tag. This can
be done by right clicking on the Dates category in the tag
selection list and choosing Add Date. A Date Tag dialog is
displayed that allows you to specify a date and optionally a time. After you
click Ok, the date tag will appear in the tag selection list.
Team programming with CVS
Synchronizing with a CVS repository
Checking out a project from a CVS repository
Sharing a new project using CVS
Viewing a file's revision history
Synchronizing with the repository