On 24 June 2010 07:42, Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> On 24.06.2010 00:00, Simon Large wrote:
>> I am now looking at the docs for this, but I think my explanation may
>> also be wrong and I have got completely confused. If you merge several
>> ranges of revisions I believe the merge is done in chunks, one for
>> each unbroken range. So if the conflict happens on the second range
>> the first range has already been merged.
>> If at this point I select 'Use local', am I selecting the whole file
>> in the WC as it was when the merge started, after the first range
>> completed and before the second range started, or do I just select the
>> 'mine' section between any conflict markers, leaving all successfully
>> merged sections in place?
> You select the 'mine' section for this merge range.
> That's why you can get several of those dialogs for the same merge: once
> for each range that leads to conflicts.
Just to clarify, here is an example: merge 1-3, 7-8. Assume 1-3
merges cleanly, 7-8 has 3 sections which merge OK and one section with
conflicts. If I select 'Use local' I get the complete merge of 1-3,
the successful 3 chunks in 7-8 and the 'mine' sections of the
conflicts in 7-8. And if I choose 'Use repository' I get the same, but
instead using the 'theirs' section of the conflicts. Is that correct?
>> If I select 'Use repository' do I get the entire repo file
>> corresponding to the last revision in the second range, or again just
>> the 'theirs' section between any conflict markers?
> Again, you only get the 'theirs' part for the current revision range
> that's merged.
>> Or something else? Confused.com
> have to looked at that website? :)
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