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Re: About the whole-branch-merge branch

From: John Peacock <john.peacock_at_havurah-software.org>
Date: 2007-12-05 20:31:17 CET

David Glasser wrote:
> * The working copy you're merging into is a pristine, single-rev,
> unswitched checkout: ie, it's something you could get as a fresh
> checkout of some URL@REV
> * The branch you're merging from has (according to mergeinfo) all of
> the changes on that URL up to REV integrated (using cmpilato's
> merge source normalization / location segments)
> In that case, you can just type
> $ svn merge url://to/feature-branch
> and it will do the right thing. We will also make it add mergeinfo
> for this merge.


This is excellent and, speaking personally, this would cover most of my
merging needs, since I tend to use the "Branch per Change-Request"

However, this wouldn't help at all the other primary task (merging
features between multiple mainline branches, i.e. the "Codeline per
Release" pattern[*]. But if the feature branches are always committed
as a single lumped change, it is relatively easy to use -c ### to pull
them in as needed.


*) http://www.cmcrossroads.com/bradapp/acme/branching/

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