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Re: Usage advice - personal branches

From: Tom Opgenorth <opgenorth_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-07-11 16:56:23 CEST

> This is fine, if you don't care about log history. Every time you
> branch a file and then merge it back, any log history on trunk version
> of file between branch and merge, will be lost. Thus, there will be
> changes made to the file, that won't be documented on the version of
> the file that sits at trunk head.
Just thinking outloud here. If one is interested in preserving the
log history between the personal branch and the main, could you not
just "merge" outside of SVN, from the personal branch to the trunk and
then commit the trunk?

For example: I make my personal branch and work in that for a while.
When I want to put my personal branch into the trunk, I use something
like Araxis Merge/WinMerge/KDiff three and merge my changes from my
personal branch to the trunk. Then I do a commit on the trunk.

Sounds kind of convoluted, but I guess it allows you to keep your log
history on the trunk, does it no?

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