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Re: Repeated merges problem

From: Felix Saphir <felix.saphir_at_kantarmedia.de>
Date: Fri, 29 Apr 2011 07:10:06 +0200

Am 29.04.2011 00:36, schrieb Dennis Jones:
> "Wayne Johnson"<wayne_at_zk.com> wrote in message
>> I have seen this problem when using svnmerge.(py/exe). What happens is
>> after running svnmerge I end up with a conflict on the properties of the
>> root folder (the merge info that was updated.) If you don't handle this
>> confict properly the merge info does not get committed so svnmerge does
>> not remember that these revisions have already been merged.
> Okay Wayne, so how do I figure out what the cause is and fix it?

Each merge should be recorded in the property svn:mergeinfo of the
top-most destination folder. You can easily check the current value with
TortoiseSVN, just select "Properties" from the submenu. You should see
something like "svn:mergeinfo /trunk:883-1152,1165-1437,1439", which
means that all those revisions from trunk were merged.

Does "check for modifications" show changed properties after a merge?
Does svn:mergeinfo contain the revisions you just merged?



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