On Jul 10, 5:39 pm, Stefan Küng <tortoise..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
> John Williams wrote:
> > When I perform a tracked merge using the wizard in TSVN the "Merge -
> > TortoiseSVN Finished!" dialog box displays some results. The merge range
> > displayed in that box is inconsistent with the command line client when
> > performing the exact same merge.
> > TSVN merge with empty range box, the output is:
> > Command Merging revisions 1-HEAD of
> > file:///D:/svn/test15/branches/1.x into D:\docs-john\Dev\test15-trunk,
> > respecting ancestry
> > Merging r4 through r6 D:\docs-john\Dev\test15-trunk
> > ...snip
> > If I revert the merge then perform the same merge with the command line
> > I see the following:
> > \docs-john\Dev\test15-trunk>svn merge file:///D:/svn/test15/branches/1.x
> > --- Merging r5 through r6 into '.':
> > ...snip
> > The difference here is that TSVN says "r4 through r6", while SVN says
> > "r5 through r6". I appreciate that r6 is a changeset of r5:6. I'm not
> > questioning the merge, just the report is inconsistent and possibly
> > misleading.
> So the merge result is actually the same?
> I'm just asking because the output can be different if you used the same
> repository (even if you reverted the first merge) due to the fact that
> the repository stores some merge info too, and in the second merge it
> could have already known that r4 didn't need merging.
Yes the merge results are the same - including the mergeinfo property.
Just to make sure I created a test repository, whch I made a backup
of. I then performed the same test as earlier with TSVN with the same
results as the original post. Then I deleted the repository (and
working copies) and restored the backup repository, check-out branch
and trunk, finally I performed the same test with svn - same results
as original post.
FYI, if it helps, the mergeinfo property for test15-trunk after the
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Received on 2008-07-10 21:27:10 CEST