On Nov 28, 2011, at 10:11 , jes Struck wrote:
> I started to investigate the branching strategies of subversion. to compare with Git, Mercurial and ClearCase.
> These three tools have an opportunity to branch out in a developer branch from which to deliver the trunk several times, so that such branches may be seen as developers industry instead of features industry. In Subversion, it seems that the second time you try to deliver the subversion dispose of any changes you've ever made any page on this branch
By "deliver", I presume you mean a reintegrate-merge, like
svn merge --reintegrate ^/branches/mydevbranch
> So that second time i deliver it tries to deliver changes from Both Changeset A and B
> i would rather have it only took Changeset B?
> is this me that does not now how the correct way is to due it?
You can "revive" your branch (via the "svn merge --record-only" command)
after the first reintegration is committed to trunk (or wherever you copied
your developer branch from). This is described in the SVN Book at
Tip: Your diagram shows only merges _from_ the developer branch. To
minimize merge conflicts, merge _to_ your developer branch early and often.
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Received on 2011-11-28 11:25:55 CET