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Re: Question regarding merging branches

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2002-09-10 04:28:56 CEST

"Dylan Cuthbert" <dylan@q-games.com> writes:
> The cause of the confusion were a no. of user-interface issues, one was the
> fact you have to specify the branch and head revisions manually, I think
> this should be automatic and per file (in case individual files have been
> copied/branched), it should be possible to search back for a common branch
> point, or maybe it should be a standard meta-data for all files/directories
> so you can enter something like "svn branched <file/dir>" and that lets svn
> know the branch is on that revision. Of course, I'm new to this list, so
> you've probably discussed this problem and already found a solution and its
> just not implemented yet?

Yes, we fully plan to use metadata properties to have svn track
exactly when and where things got branched, and how things got
remerged. It's a big post-1.0 thing.

For now, users have to manually keep track of this stuff. :-(

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