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Re: New Merge Wizard

From: Adam Sutton <dev_at_adamsutton.co.uk>
Date: 2007-11-08 10:49:59 CET

Hi Stefan,

that appears to have solved part of the problem, on the output dialog I
do now see the URLs of the two tags printed correctly, however the
revision number still doesn't seem to being passed through.

I tried a variety of options both HEAD (which is what I would normally
expect to do), specified that actual revision number that represented
head for each tag, specified both to have the revision number of the
HEAD of the latest tag.

But I always get the same result, UNSPECIFIED is printed where the
version number should be and it gives the error "Not all required
revisions are specified"


Stefan Küng wrote:
> Adam Sutton wrote:
>> I'm having some issues with the new Merge Wizzard. Since its been
>> introduced I have been unable to merge from two unconnected trees (ie
>> imported external code) with ignore ancestry set (also I have tried
>> with connected tree's, ie feature branch from trunk).
>> I just keep getting errors warning me that '.' is not a working copy.
>> I can't see what I might have done wrong.
>> The operation that I am trying to perform works fine with the latest
>> official release (1.4.5). I first spotted the problem in the nightly
>> builds some days ago (I think it was r11081). But I upgraded my
>> version to the latest nightly build (r11278) and the problem still
>> exists.
>> I have attached some screen captures showing exactly which options
>> were selected during the process. I can confirm that I had got to the
>> merge wizzard by right clicking on a valid (freshly checked out)
>> working copy and selecting merge.
>> What I am basically attempting to achieved is merging the changes
>> between rc1 and rc2 for the latest dev version of mantis into my local
>> trunk which includes of my own modifications. I know there are other
>> ways of managing such a task, but this is the one I had chosen and had
>> previously been happy with.
>> Any one have any ideas?
> Try the next nightly build please.
> Stefan

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