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Re: svn merge question

From: Mark Phippard <markphip_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-10-13 18:25:13 CEST

On 10/13/07, Troy Curtis Jr <troycurtisjr@gmail.com> wrote:
> I've pulled down r27167 of trunk (the latest as of last night) to
> check out the new merge-tracking features. I am using the
> merge-tracking early adopter repository for my tests at the moment and
> I ran into an issue that confused me:
> * I'm in /branches/d that I created from r8 of /trunk.
> * 'svn mergeinfo' tells me r0:8 are merged and r8:23 are available for merge.
> * 'svn merge <repo path>/trunk' to merge all the available changes
> (this is the correct usage right?) and it tells me "merging r2 through
> r23 into '.'".
> That makes me a little confused, I would expect it to say "merging r8
> through r23" since r8:23 were the available revisions. So I look at a
> long on /trunk and see there is r2, r6, and r8. r2 is a normal commit,
> r6 is a merge from /branches/a and r8 blocks r7 from /branches/a.
> Is this a feature or a bug? :)
> Note that I am using svnmerge.py right now so maybe there is a
> different usage mode.

Did you say:

svn merge -g $R/trunk

or even:

svn merge -g

That is what causes it to determine the revisions to merge.

Mark Phippard
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Received on Sat Oct 13 18:25:27 2007

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