Joseph Galbraith <email@example.com> wrote on 01/19/2005 03:20:06 PM:
> Norbert Unterberg wrote:
> > Mark Phippard schrieb:
> >>> Would it be unreasonable for TSVN to (optionally of course) stick
> >>> a property in that recorded the merge path and revesion number.
> > svk (http://svk.elixus.org/) is said to have merge tracking, and uses
> > the subversion file system. Maybe it is worth a look how svk tracks
> > merges?
> > All I know is that it also uses properties to store this informtation,
> > propname: svk:merge
> > propval: 12345678-87dc-0310-ab16-a9b1c1177255:/local/trac/trunk:796
> > I don't know what these numbers mean, so don't ask!
> Well I don't know either, but they gave me an idea :-)
> The propval could be a sequence of:
> Then, TSVN only updates the section that matches
> the MergeTarget it is working in.
> How good is merge on properties? Would this cause
> conflicts, or would we expect changes like this
> to be able to merge successfully w/o conflicts.
I do not think Subversion merges the contents of properties. If you
change one property, and I change a different one, I THINK it will merge
that for you. Anything else and it is a conflict.
If you look down this page, you will see a section that describes it.
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Received on Wed Jan 19 21:28:00 2005