Plese do NOT top post, as it breaks the logical flow of the MSGs...
Rupinder Singh Mazara wrote:
> could point me where i can get information that allows me to do the
> a) we start a customization of open_source project from version 5548
> b) the open_source project has moved to 5570
> c) we in the mean while have applied some chages to the version of 5548
In chapter 4 of the book
http://svnbook.red-bean.com/nightly/en/svn.branchmerge.html or any other
resource on branching (and possibly tagging).
My idea is that it may be valuable to keep all the comments and other
history for the project. For this you need to clone the repository. A
quick search didn't reveal any ready-made scripts for that (that use
only svn, NOT svnadmin)...
Shouldn't be taht hard to even write that in bash. The idea is to
protect from the possibility of the other repository gone, and to have
it locally, so you can have quicker access.
So suppose you have a copy of the original repository (you can skip that
step for now). Say the trunk it is at $URL_vend/trunk.
You create your repository at $URL
svn co $URL
svn mkdir trunk branches tags
svn export -r 5548 $URL_vend/trunk .
svn cp trunk tags/vnd-5548
svn commit -m "Initial import for $URL_vnd/trunk@5548"
svn commit -m "bla-bla"
svn merge $URL_vend/trunk@5548 $URL_vend/trunk@5570 trunk/
svn commit -m "Sync to $URL_vend/trunk@5570"
The down part is that you have to "remember" (use svn log) which was the
last revision you synced to.
> how to go about doing a merge that brings our baseline up from 5548 -
> 5570 while maintaining the customization that we have done ?
I think the above should do it.
And if you have an exact clone of the vendor's repository (in your
vendor repository :-) you can roll-back changes if needed very easy.
Initially, I thought that using svn:externals could make that easier,
but after some thinking, might be wrong.
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Received on Tue Aug 23 20:11:01 2005