On 29.04.2011 00:11, Dennis Jones wrote:
> I use TortoseSVN to manage access to several repositories. I have the
> latest version, 1.6.15, build 21042 (w/subversion 1.6.16).
> I have a repository in which I frequently merge changes from a release
> branch back to the trunk (when fixing bugs, for example, that need to be put
> in the trunk). However, whenever I do this, I always get several files and
> folders that want to be merged, regardless of the fact that they have been
> merged dozens of times in the past. It is always the same set of
> files/folders that always want to be merged. I have tried both merging the
> files/folders explicitly and I have tried just marking them as merged, but
> no matter what I do, the next time I do a merge, those same files/folders
> will appear in the list of files/folders to merge. This appears to be a
> problem with the trunk, for it happens even when I create a brand new branch
> and try to merge files from the branch back to the trunk. I have no idea
> how this happened originally, and I have just been living with it for
> several years now, but would really like to fix it as it is quite annoying
> (not to mention that other users wonder why these files/folders keep
> appearing in the commit logs!). I suspect it has something to do with
> mergeinfo, but I am totally unfamiliar with mergeinfo (and properties in
> general) and have never really needed to deal with them anyway. How can I
> clean up my repository so that these files/folders don't keep wanting to be
> merged all the time?
Merge tracking only works if the server and the client support it. Which
means your server must have at least svn version 1.5 or later.
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Received on 2011-04-29 14:49:58 CEST