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How do I selectively merge two branches?

From: Brian Kendig <brian_at_enchanter.net>
Date: Mon, 19 May 2008 08:38:22 -0700 (PDT)

Back on February 14, a member of my development team made a branch of our
codebase. He's been working with his branch independently since then, but
his branch doesn't contain any of the code changes the rest of us have made
to our branch since then.

How do I use TortoiseSVN to see exactly where his branch differs from our
branch, and then choose which changes to apply to his?

I can't figure out the 'Merge' menu option; it seems to want to completely
turn his branch into our branch (or vice-versa). I can't see where to tell
it whether or not to merge particular changes.

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