On Thu, Dec 2, 2010 at 10:00, Tom Halliley <thalliley_at_xede.com> wrote:
> I have a release branch, which was created from trunk. Most of the files on the release branch look normal (e.g., a revision graph shows both the trunk and release branch as part of the file's history). But for a few files, the revision graph only shows the files on the trunk, not on the release branch. Yet, as far as I can remember, all files were copied from the trunk to the release branch in the same manner (svn merge).
> Any ideas as to why these files might be handled differently? If I do 'svn co' on the release branch, these files are fetched into my local copy (as though they're on the branch). It appears that the files are associated with their parent directory which is versioned on the release branch, but the files themselves are not (on the branch).
Are the files you are seeing as "normal" modified in the branch? Are
the "abnormal" files untouched in the branch? If so, that's to be
expected - the unmodified "files" are just pointers to the
corresponding trunk revision.
Received on 2010-12-02 16:06:26 CET