On Sun, 14 May 2006, Giovanni Bajo wrote:
> Garrett Rooney <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >> My limited understanding is that everyone now has to use the svnmerge
> >> tool or otherwise it gets messed up, no? Doesn't it store properties
> >> somewhere? So, I can't use 'svn merge -r12344:12345' without
> >> confusing everyone else, right?
> > Correct.
> The only "confusion" would be that svnmerge.py won't know the revision was
> already merged, and thus allow to remerge it if asked to do so.
Yup -- no worse off than we already are.
> And anyway,
> this can be fixed at any time with "svnmerge.py merge --record-only" which
> means "don't merge, but record that it's been done" (or, of course, by
> hand-editing the property).
The former is available only on trunk and 1.4.x, while the latter hack is
available in all versions of svnmerge.py.
Received on Tue May 16 01:16:27 2006
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