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Re: Reverse merge Commit message

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 26 Jul 2012 20:21:56 +0200

On 26.07.2012 00:37, Matt Boehm wrote:
> I absolutely love the recently added feature that puts a commit message when a merge has been executed but noticed that it doesn't identify when a reverse merge has been run.
> This can lead to commit messages that are a little harder to understand because "Merged revision(s) 3309 from project/trunk:..." when it's a reverse merge leads a reader to think that the changeset for 3309 has been applied to the branch but actually the changeset was reversed.
> I thought it would say "Reverse merged revision(s) 3309 from project/trunk:..."
> Thanks for letting me put in this feature request and I love this project.

That should already work.
Can you maybe try a nightly build, either from trunk or from the stable


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