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Re: Why it is not BLUE after merge

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 08 Oct 2009 20:42:57 +0200

On 08.10.2009 17:19, esu2 wrote:
> Hi,
> I merged changes from branch, when I view the logs using "show log", my
> merged revision appeared as a normal line (black color). I do see some
> merged change by others appear as "blue" record.
> Did I do something wrong with my merge? although the content were merged
> correctly and I'm even able to see "svn:mergeinfo" properties on the
> directory correctly.

Entries that appear blue are not merged revisions but revisions where
the path/url for which you show the log for is affected directly.
This is only done for folders (a log for a file would otherwise show all
revisions in blue) - this way you can see immediately where the folder
you show the log for was either copied or modified directly (copied
means branched/tagged, modified means a property change).

Merged revisions are only shown (in grey) if you start the log dialog
from the merge dialog.


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