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svn merge skips newly added files

From: Juan Alonso <jalonso_at_art3mis.com>
Date: 2004-02-05 11:08:53 CET


As I understand "svn merge" is intended for things like updating a
branch with fixes. But what happens if a fix generates more files? Those
files aren't added (Skipped missing target: blablbal)

Is this a limitation of svn merge or is it done on purpose? If so, what
is the rationale of not being able to merge a branch with newer files?
Perhaps a --add-new-files arg or something like that would be necessary.

I know we are on feature freeze at this time, so if you think this is a
good idea I will bring it back on post-1.0 era (I would not be able to
do it btw).

Juan Alonso Hernández
Jefe de Desarrollo y Sistemas
www.art3mis.com | (34) 91 530 16 33
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