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Re: Tracking svn merge

From: Paul Koning <pkoning_at_equallogic.com>
Date: 2006-01-16 16:18:29 CET

>>>>> "Lakshman" == Lakshman Srilakshmanan <lakshman.srilakshmanan@tradingpost.com.au> writes:

 Lakshman> Question 1. I find from the user archive that there is no
 Lakshman> merge tracking feature in subversion to prevent double
 Lakshman> merging the same revision. ... Q2. What is the work around
 Lakshman> today. Is there a best practice to follow ? Or do we just
 Lakshman> need to keep a manual note and track merging revision
 Lakshman> manually.

A good practice is to describe the merge in the commit log message
when you commit it.

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

I haven't found a client-only kit, but the full kit is easy enough to
install. The only disadvantage is that it has a number of
prerequisites that are there only for the server, but that's not a
major issue unless you have a very small disk.


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