Thomas S. Trias wrote:
> After having installed SVN 1.5 and TortoiseSVN 1.5 (TortoiseSVN 1.5.0,
> Build 13316 - 32 Bit , 2008/06/21 07:55:29), I updated my repositories
> and working copies (this is automagic, yes?).
> I then went into a branch project and decided to add merge info for the
> merges already made:
> 1) Right-click on root of WC, choose Merge
> 2) Merge a range of revisions
> 3) It had the correct trunk URL (SWEET!)
> 4) Put in the following revision ranges:
> Note that these correspond to the M:N revisions logged for previous
> merges - should I have incremented the start revisions?
> 5) Checked "Only record the merge"
> 6) Tried a Test Merge for fun
> Note that it showed the results of actually applying a merge, not just
> the result of only recording the merges
> 7) Clicked Merge
> I expected to just have the svn:mergeinfo added to the root of the WC
> (and maybe to the appropriate sub-directories - I didn't read up on how
> mergeinfo is managed in a nested working copy).
> Instead, the merge actually performed the modifications that showed up
> in the dry run.
What did the progress dialog show as the first line?
If you don't remember:
Settings dialog->Saved Data->Action log->show
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Received on 2008-07-01 22:54:38 CEST