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RE: Question about merging

From: Bob Archer <bob.archer_at_amsi.com>
Date: Thu, 10 Dec 2009 17:08:53 -0500

> Say my repo looks like this:
> trunk -> branch1 -> branch1.1
> |
> '----> branch2
> Is there an easy way of getting the differences between branch1 and
> branch1.1 and merging them into branch2? Actually, I want to leave
> branch2
> as it is, and create a branch2.1 off of it that has the changes
> between
> branch1 and branch1.1. I.e., the diff between branch1 and branch1.1
> should
> be the same as the diff between branch2 and branch2.1 (barring
> things like
> conflicts that need to be resolved).

I think if you do a merge, merge from two different trees, then choose FROM the rev where branch1.1 was created and then the head of branch1.1 you will get that. All a merge does is do a diff between the from/to locations and apply that diff to the merge target.. (which in your case would be your branch2.1.



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