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Re: "Skipped missing target" problem

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2004-12-14 14:55:33 CET

Ronan Meneu wrote:
> Hello,
> I'm using svn version /1.0.6 (r10360).
> /If i want to merge from trunk to branch, i use for instance:
> svn merge -r 50: 60 trunk/ branch/mybranch
> //I have made lots of try, and it works well on my training repository.
> Doing the same thing on my real repository, i get some :
> Skipped missing target:
> It seems to occur on new directories. I have doublechecked my merge
> parameters, doing a svn diff first, to verify that diffs exist.
> Are there known issues about this problem ? I have queried and found
> some merge problems, supposed to be fixed in my svn version.
> Is there a workaround ? am i using merge command badly ?

It appears so. I think you want something more like:

cd branch/mybranch
svn merge -r50:60 ../../trunk

Please read "svn merge --help" and the book, and give more detail of exactly
what you are trying to do, including exact merge command lines and output,
if that does not make things clear.

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Received on Tue Dec 14 15:03:56 2004

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