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Re: proposition of a new functionnality?

From: Travis <svn_at_castle.fastmail.fm>
Date: 2005-04-15 09:48:15 CEST

On Apr 15, 2005, at 1:21 AM, Peter N. Lundblad wrote:

> On Thu, 14 Apr 2005, damien fabisiak wrote:
>> I want to know if there is a version of subversion which are able to
>> commit
>> changes in both trunk and branch, it's possible to do this with the
>> merge
>> command but i think it's too long when you have the same change to do
>> in the
>> branch and the trunk. that's why i ask you, if there is a new command
>> which
>> is able to do this.
> No, there isn't. What do you mean when you say an extra merge/commit is
> "too long"? In my experience, a merge takes a few seconds or possibly
> minutes, depending on the change size.

Just FYI, I've thought about a similar problem:

"I essentially want to merge a change into another location
automatically iff it is conflict-free because the original files are
identical (guaranteed conflict-free merge)." [and avoid having to
checkout a WC for such a merge]

In my case, the "inconvenience" is the requirement to checkout WCs or
leave them hanging around just for the purpose of completing a
guaranteed conflict-free merge.

For various reasons, I haven't pursued this any farther at this time.


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