How to revert an SVN commit


I have found various examples of how to revert an SVN commit like

svn merge -r [current_version]:[previous_version] [repository_url]


svn merge -c -[R] .

But neither of them seems to work. I tried those commands and checked the files that were changed by hand.

How do I revert a commit with revision number 1944? How do I check that the revert has been done (without looking in the actual file to the changes have been reverted)?

Best Solution

Both examples must work, but

svn merge -r UPREV:LOWREV . undo range

svn merge -c -REV . undo single revision

in this syntax - if current dir is WC and (as in must done after every merge) you'll commit results

Do you want to see logs?