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Tracking svn merge

From: Lakshman Srilakshmanan <lakshman.srilakshmanan_at_tradingpost.com.au>
Date: 2006-01-16 00:27:46 CET

Hi ,

Thanks to all who helped me through my preparation to roll out
subversion in our organisation.
I am near the end of my evaluation and have just 2 question before
submitting my recommendation and then preparing the migration path.

Question 1.
I find from the user archive that there is no merge tracking feature in
subversion to prevent double merging the same revision. I also note that
it is in the road map for future development. The road map does not
provide an indication of the timeframe to implement this feature.
Q1. Is there an idea of timeframe when this feature will be incorporated
Q2. What is the work around today. Is there a best practice to follow ?
Or do we just need to keep a manual note and track merging revision

Question 2.
I need a command line client for windows/linux/Unix.
Do I just download the full version and use it as a client or is there a
stripped-down svn containing the client side only (including command
SVNTortoise does not appear to provide a command line interface.

Your help is answering the above question will most gratefully


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