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Re: Merging Branch to Trunk takes 20 min for one change

From: Dadeo <dcarson108_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 11 Oct 2009 00:18:53 -0700 (PDT)

Thanks for clarifying that Stefan:
"If however you always merge from your /skin folder, then you should
keep doing that."
I would love to keep doing that, if I could get it to work!!!

I did contact Google and they said it is not a problem with Google
Code Project Hosting and suggested I contact you! LOL It's good I
still have my sense of humour! BTW we do not use Mercurial although
they suggested, as a last resort, we should "hand-assemble a new tree
that has all the changes you want (manually mixed together), and then
switch to mercurial (starting with a clean history)"

Obviously, I am hoping for a better solution that would require less
work. So, I am just asking for your expert opinion on how I should
repair our project. I tried creating a new branch, committed some of
my changes to it, and merging that revision to /trunk, but it resulted
in the same problem where all versioned files show modified

Is the only solution to delete our Repository and create a new one?


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