From: Anil Arora <aarora_at_interlacesystems.com>
Date: 2004-05-20 20:52:42 CEST
We're using subversion 1.0.3 and we're running into a bunch of issues
Our repository structure is as follows:
Rowsource is a copy of the main line at revision 234.
At some point, our main line is at revision 253. So, I want run the
svn merge -r 234:HEAD svn://subversion.interlacesystems.com/main
Before I commit (hours later), there have been numerous changes to the
I commit my changes on my project branch.
Now I want to run a merge again from the main line to the project
svn merge -r 253:HEAD
This seems to pick up all of the changes at 253 (which is not correct)
svn merge -r 270:HEAD
doesn't pick up anything.
This is way too confusing. Right now, I'm banging my head against this
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