On 09/21/2011 01:36 PM, Julian Foad wrote:
> I understand that 1.7 brings better user-visible behaviour of tree
> conflicts, of a kind enabled by WC-NG: in "svn update", for example, I
> think the base version in the WC is now always updated underneath any
> tree conflict victim, which means no further update should be required
> after resolving. I haven't tested that, so may not be quite right.
*should* be the case, yes... haven't tested either (AFAIR). I think in
update we already tried to bring in the BASE node where possible, and I
think those didn't work yet for deleted/added directories, only.
> In CHANGES I can see notes about a few minor improvements to conflict
> reporting and bug fixes to conflict detection, but nothing about the
> above kind. Are there other improvements worth mentioning?
That's a difficult question, as frankly I can't remember...
We should probably do some 'svn log' surfing to find out (grep -i 'tree').
It's been quite a while since I've hacked tree conflicts.
(BTW one of the TC tests still XFails: the one where an incoming dir
deletion should be blocked when the local dir is different in any way. So at
least that hasn't been fixed.)
One of my to-do items is a comprehensive tree conflicts revisit, probably
Received on 2011-09-21 14:59:29 CEST