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RE: Masses and masses of tree-conflicts

From: Bob Archer <Bob.Archer_at_amsi.com>
Date: Mon, 28 Mar 2011 10:20:26 -0400

> 1. I made changes in /trunk which were committed  - fine
> 2. I merged these changes into a branch and committed them to the
> branch - fine
> 3. I merge the branch into trunk - suddenly loads of the files in
> question show as tree-conflicted
> I'm seeing tens or hundreds of them, not folders but individual
> files. I don't know if it's a Tortoise issue or SVN itself but it's
> really annoying and also reduces my trust in SVN not to do
> something horrible to my important files!

Nothing happens to your files unless you do a commit. You can also go back to previous revisions. SVN isn't going to do anything horrible to your files... it's only going to do what you tell it to do.

> So any help understanding what it means, why it happens is
> welcome... and of course advice on how to deal with it or stop it
> happening.

Is step 3 a reintegration merge?



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