Re: file obstruction upon merging an already merged added/moved file (#4649)
On 8/22/2016 5:51 PM, Stefan Hett wrote:
> as per stsp's suggestion, sending this to the dev list.
> I've reduced a problem we've been having with some merge operations on
> our main repository from time to time down to the repro script
> attached to this JIRA issue  (test_obstruction.bat).
> Instead of a successful merge, which I'd expect in this case, I get
> the following error instead when doing an svn merge [URL] -cX:
> "local file obstruction, incoming file add upon merge"
> The test case performs the following steps:
> 1. create test file and commit
> 2. modify the file twice and commit each modification separately
> 3. rename the file and commit
> 4. merge changes into the branch and commit
> 5. modify the file on trunk and commit
> 6. merge the branch back into trunk cherry picking the revision which
> was created in step 4
> At this point svn merge produces the error mentioned above.
> To me this is unexpected, since I would expect the merge to succeed.
> In the end all I'm doing is merging back the same file into trunk
> (even though in trunk the file was modified).
> This looks especially kind of inconsistent to me, since if I do either
> of the following merges instead of a cherry picking merge, the merge
> succeeds without producing any file conflicts:
> - "svn merge [URL]" or
> - "svn merge [URL]@X+1"
>  https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/SVN-4649
Can anybody confirm that the behavior I see is unexpected and considered
a bug? Or is this considered by design?
Received on 2016-09-05 11:55:43 CEST
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