It should be possible to "Strip a revision" while keeping the repository files unchanged (as if there were some local changes)
Created originally on Bitbucket by AngelEzquerra (Angel Ezquerra)
This issue is related to issue #318 (closed).
It would be great to be able to Strip some revision (or, in general, doing any change to the repository) without modifying any of the files on the repository.
The idea is that if a change happens on the repository, you could keep the working copy files unchanged, as if they had local changes.
This would make it very easy to "undo" a wrong commit. It would be a simple matter of "Stripping" the last revision and committing again.