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How to recover accidental rollback in TortoiseHg WorkBench ?

Hello guys,

I have a big problem. I just accidentally doing a rollback version 173 to 172 from my local repository before sending it to the server. Is there a way to retrieve the version 173? Someone help me please!!

3 answers

To clarify, you rolled back the revision, and pushed that to Bitbucket, correct?

I did not send to the server. The revisions 173 and 172 are still local

Well, you should be able to fix the issue by getting revision 173 from Bitbucket. Unfortunately, I don't know anything about Mercurial (Hg), and there are probably very few here who know about Tortoise Hg WorkBench (Atlassian has a competing product).

I would recommend you take your question to one of the stack exchange sites (stackoverflow.com, superuser.com, or serverfault.com).

Ah, I misunderstood. 172 and 173 never got to Bitbucket in the first place.

There still should be a way to retrieve 173, but I'm not familiar enough with Hg or the WorkBench tool to be able to say how.

Ok and thanks =)

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