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The standard Update command has no options and just updates your working copy to the HEAD revision of the repository, which is the most common use case.If you want more control over the update process, you should use instead.Hence to be sure that only my changes are updated to the web directory, I am forced to navigate to every directory where I know there is a change that I made and explicitly update only those files, e.g. You would then be reasonably sure that you were the only one committing to it. Then you could update this target machine from this branch instead of from the trunk.
But in general, updating individual files to an earlier revision is not a good idea as it leaves your working copy in an inconsistent state.
Merge tracking had been greatly improved in version 1.6, but that doesn't really affect the interactions between the client and server.
Let's take the latest changes in Subversion 1.8: Of all the features, only one depends upon the version of the server being 1.5 or greater (and 1.4 has been obsolete for quite a while.
If the file you are updating has changed name, you may even find that the file just disappears from your working copy because no file of that name existed in the earlier revision.
You should also note that the item will show a normal green overlay, so it is indistinguishable from files which are up-to-date.