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Re: [SVNMERGE][PATCH] handle -r X-Y, where X > Y

From: Daniel Rall <dlr_at_collab.net>
Date: 2006-05-20 01:17:19 CEST

On Tue, 16 May 2006, Giovanni Bajo wrote:
> I would like to note that svnmerge.py uses --revisions just like the
> newly-added -c option of svn diff/merge. In other words, it identifies a
> changeset, more than a revision. This is why the correct spelling is
> "svnmerge.py merge -r123", while with svn you need to say "svnmerge.py
> merge -r122:123". This contributes to the current confusion.
> Sooner or later, we ought to rename "-r/--revision" to "-c/--changeset".
> After that, and after we gain the svnmerge rollback command, I think we
> could rediscuss the issue. Until then, I'm still +1 on a patch which *errors
> out* when specifying reversed ranges so to totally avoid any kind of
> confusion.


Daniel Rall

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