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Re: [1.5] What are the differences between 17-HEAD and 17,18,22,23

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 17 Jul 2008 18:47:29 +0200

Silver Zachara wrote:
> Hi list,
> I really need help now! I have project which have 2 branches. First is
> to be sure the trunk and the second is the maintaince branch v2.1.0. I
> have the reposity with Merge tracking support, thus I am using svn
> server v1.5 and TortoiseSVN 1.5 x64bit.
> Now I need to port changes from the trunk to the my maintaince branch
> v2.1.0. (I have readed whole help about Merging features) For my
> purposes in accordance with the Help is the best solution Merge a range
> of revisions
> The revisions in the trunk are 17,18,22,23 (in the 15 revision I have
> created my maintaince branch v2.1.0).
> And I explain my problem now.
> When I enter 17,18,22,23 to the input Revision range to merge - in the
> Merge revision range dialog and in the next step I try Test merge I get
> this result: Conflicted:2 and Updated:26. But when I enter 17-HEAD or
> 17-23 as a Revision range I get different result: Conflicted:1 and
> Updated:23.
> So which method is right (correct) and why I get different results ?
> Can anybody help me ? Because I don't continue in my work, I need merge
> my trunk to the branch.

Are the results from a test merge? Or did you really execute the merge?
Because a test merge can show wrong output, especially if the same file
was changed in multiple revisions (that will most likely show a
'conflict' in the test merge, but not necessarily in the real merge).

Also, if you specify 17-HEAD, Subversion can better determine whether
changes interfere than if you specify each revision separately.


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Received on 2008-07-17 18:47:48 CEST

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