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Re: Merging changes

From: Steve Williams <stevewilliams_at_kromestudios.com>
Date: 2005-11-11 02:44:24 CET

Ric@Consultants-Inc.com wrote:
> List,
> This is my first posting, so please be kind...
> I'm a new Subversion user, trying to get my changes merged into the repository.
> Here's what I did.
> Loaded the repository with the original software.
> A co-worker checked out all the software, I didn't.
> I made changes to my original software, but didn't do a checkout from SVN.
> The co-worker checked in his changes.
> Now I want to get my changes 'merged' into his.
> I checked out the software.
> I moved my 'modified files' into the working directory, replacing original files.
> I did an SVN Update. Nothing happened!
> So my question is: how can I get SVN to merge my changes into the version from the
> repository?
> I hoped that be replacing the files in the working directory with my versions, SVN
> would then merge my changes into the repository version. Can I fix this without doing
> a manual 'diff'?

Perhaps this might work.

If the co-worker's commit was revision 2, then checkout revision 1.

>svn co -r1 url workingcopy

Copy your locally changed file over the file in the working copy. Now
update to the latest.

>svn up workingcopy

Then test and commit.

>svn ci workingcopy

I haven't tested this, but it may work.

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