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Re: Creating a patch file from a past revision

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 27 Jun 2009 16:20:55 +0200

Kenneth Lakin wrote:
> Stefan Küng wrote:
>> But if you use merge, and your working copy is from a different
>> repository, make sure you check the box "ignore ancestry". And you then
>> should remove all svn:mergeinfo properties that might get set during the
>> merge before you commit that change - there shouldn't be any, but non
>> the less you should check that first.
> How hard would it be for TSVN to determine if the WC and the repo that
> you're merging from don't point to the same SVN repo? If this would not
> be too hard, could we automatically check the "ignore ancestry" box and
> remove any mergeinfo properties that might get applied?

It's possible, but would require to contact the repository for the merge
url. And that's something I'd like to avoid doing in such a dialog.


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