Is this useful for rolling back a single file? I have a series of corrupted jpeg files which I need to revert to a version prior to corruption. Also, I noticed that this tool causes Visual Studio to crash when I tried to select a file rather than a folder path.
You could use the tool to rollback a single file. However you could easily achieve the same via checkout of the file, get specific version of the non-corrupt copy and then check-in. Rollback is much more applicable to changesets with multiple files. I'll take a look at the bug you mentioned. Thx.