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[PATCH] Add ability to mark change sets as merged

From: Daniel Rall <dlr_at_collab.net>
Date: 2006-03-25 01:58:29 CET

This is effectively a way to manipulate the merge memory stored in the
"svnmerge-integrated" property. It's the flip-side of the 'block'

Use case: A change set which is sufficiently different when backported
that use of 'svn merge' is no longer appropriate. Example scenarios:

   o The actual change you want to apply to branch has no overlap with
   its incarnation on the source branch, yet is conceptually

  o Only a subset of a change set warrants application.

  o The branch content has drifted far enough apart to make automatic
  merging impossible.

Typical usage is paired with manually-issued, targeted 'svn merge'
and/or 'svn diff' commands, stand-alone 'diff' and 'patch', and/or
manual edits to the target branch.

Daniel Rall
p.s. On a related note, I've got 'svnmerge.py rollback [--memory]'
stubbed out too.
Incidently, these changes are to implement the "Record Manual Merge"
and "Rollback Merge" requirements mentioned in Subversion's Merge
Tracking Requirements doc

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