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AW: Bug in svn merge when files are commited with changes into the branch

From: thomas mauch <Thomas.Mauch_at_swisslog.com>
Date: 2005-07-04 17:18:21 CEST

Thanks for your explanation. Looking back, it's hard to understand why I
did not see the solution after I have found out that it occurs only if
the file checked into the branch already had uncommited changes.

> Most examples show starting with the branch creating rev because the
> common case is to just create a branch with no modified files in the
> commit. I do the same thing to bump version numbers when I branch,
> I have to remember to start with branch_creation-1 when merging back
> trunk.

As you write, this happens to you as well from time to time. When I
think about it, it seems to me that it should be safe to always use
branch-creation-1 when merging back to trunk. It this true? If this is
the case, I think it would be a good idea to use branch-creation-1 as
well (may be with a short explanation) in the example "Merging a Whole
Branch to Another" in the Subversion book.


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