On Fri, Jan 16, 2015 at 1:59 PM, Robert Schor <
> I need advice on how to "have my branch and get the logs, too".
> My working copy, in trunk, is stable. I make a branch and make all kinds
of changes, testing as I go, and making notes in the Log files with each
> Now I've decided the Branch "works", and want to reintegrate it with the
> I'm using TSVN 1.8.10. The Help suggests doing a Merge Reintegrate (from
the Expanded menu), but this doesn't seem to "do the right thing".
Instead, I do a simple Merge, leaving the Revision range blank. The Merge
seems to work, my trunk files now look just like the branch. However, the
log file of the Working Copy (in trunk) doesn't have any of the entries
from the branch.
> Is there a way to do a Branch merge that not only merges the changes, but
adds the appropriate log entries? I suppose if I leave the branch alone, I
can always go back and look at it. Still, having a way to include the
"update history" seems like a good idea to me.
After you do any merge, the commit log messages from the merged revisions
get added to the topmost entry in the "recent messages" list in the commit
dialog. Is that what you're asking for?
Or, when you're looking in the "show log" dialog, there is a checkbox to
"included merged revisions", where you can see the log messages (but not
the list of modified files) for each merged revision. Is THAT what you're
If neither of these, please be more specific what you want to do, what you
want to happen when you do that, and what happens instead.
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Received on 2015-01-16 21:38:20 CET