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Can a merge follow changes in paths in trunk/branch?

From: Matt England <mengland_at_mengland.net>
Date: 2006-02-10 02:36:54 CET

One of my subversion-based software projects has made a branch. The trunk
directory structure was (probably unfortunately) reorganized such that the
files in the directories were not changed, but the director structure
(names of dirs, moving of dirs, etc) were.

I presume this will break the automated merging capability...or will
it? I'm presuming that the merge works, fundamentally, as a recursive diff
between 2 directories (and the docs appear to back that up).

The next question: if we organize the branch to match the trunk's
directory structure, will be able to merge again, as we would have
originally if neither the branch nor the trunk directory structure had
every changed?

I plan on testing this behavior in an offline-test repo; I also thought it
worth asking about here.

Thanks for any help,

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Received on Fri Feb 10 02:38:45 2006

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