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Re: Merge "Out of date" problem

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 20 May 2009 21:40:40 +0200

Todd C. Gleason wrote:

> Something else occurred to me. I guess my use case is more like
> this:
> Svn update -> rev. 1000 Svn merge from branch Go to TSvn commit
> window, and revert all the prop changes for subtree mergeinfo (this
> can be over a hundred at this point) Svn commit: failure Svn update
> -> rev. 1000 Svn commit: succeed
> Can the revert step on the prop changes cause mixed revisions
> somehow? You'd think it should only revert back to the same working
> BASE version as the rest of my WC (rev. 1000 above) but I wonder if
> something is going wrong here.

A revert also contacts the repository, since it has to tell the
repository to loose all the mergeinfo (in case you revert a merge). That
of course could lead to mixed revisions.


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