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'svn merge -cN wcpath' uses wcpath's URL for source and wcpath for target?

From: Daniel Rall <dlr_at_finemaltcoding.com>
Date: 2007-07-27 23:53:04 CEST

Mike, I'm been unable to produce the old merge behavior you described
today on IRC, which a wcpath argument to merge is used to derive both
the source URL and used for the merge target (http://paste.lisp.org/
display/45224), with a 1.4.x client. Perhaps I'm misunderstanding
the steps to reproduce, though.

If I modify a file in r2, then update my WC to r1 and try to re-merge
r2, I get either a "Skipped missing target: 'rho'" or "Cannot replace
a directory from within" error (depending on whether I specify the
path to the directory containing the file in question as an argument
to 'merge', or specify the file itself).

I'm attachinga patch to the 1.4.x line which adds a -- failing as
noted above -- test for this behavior.

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