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Re: merging bug?

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2004-08-17 20:27:26 CEST

Graham Cummins wrote:
> I just used svn merge to merge changes from my main development tree to
> a branch. Changes to files merged OK. During the merge several files
> were created in the branch (because they had been created in the main
> tree since the last time changes were merged to the branch).
> When I went to commit the branch, I got Commit Failed. The details were:
> svn: Source url 'name-of -one-of -the-files-that-was-created-by-merge'
> is from a different repository
> This cost me a lot of time. The only way I could figure out to work
> around it was to 'svn rm' each file that merge had created, and then
> 'svn add' a copy of it.
> Am I doing something wrong here, or is this a bug?
> Details of my setup are as follows
> The branch and main tree are in fact in the same repository. The
> structure looks like
> svn+ssh://armitage.cns.montana.edu/adisk/soucre/
> cummins
> main
> <code directories>
> branches
> widowsport
> <code directories>
> tags
> I'm using svn+ssh to get to the repository, which is on a suse linux box.
> To merge I used this command (from cummins/branches/windowsport in my
> working copy)
> svn merge -r 47:HEAD
> svn+ssh://armitage.cns.montana.edu/adisk/soucre/cummins/main

Well, that looks correct.

Can you replicate the problem, and send the .svn/entries file from a
directory containing one of the problem files to this list?


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