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Re: reverse-merge broken?

From: Kamesh Jayachandran <kamesh_at_collab.net>
Date: 2007-10-19 09:05:04 CEST

> Since a reverse merge is always going to be an explicit user
> operation, maybe we ought to just not try to avoid repeat reverse
> merges? The user has already signified they want to reverse the
> merge, so why not just try to do it? What is the scenario where this
> is going to lead to incorrect behavior?

merge_tests-67 exhibits one behaviour which needs 'avoid repeat reverse

The usecase is
1)Merge -rX:Y(X<Y) to 'target' from 'src'
2)Revert Z(X<Z<Y) on some subtree of target
3)Revert rY:X to 'target' would cause a conflict.

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