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subversion merge help

From: jeremy8fc <svn.20.jeremy8fc_at_neverbox.com>
Date: 2006-02-25 22:10:35 CET

I just started using subversion, to experiment with it, I'm using it to keep
the files synced up between my home & work computers... the problem I am
having is that I copied my directory home to import it into subversion and
then weeded out the files I (maybe) don't need. This way I could delete
without really losing anything if I made the wrong choice.

It took me a bit longer to get svnserve running ... Now my work folder is
out of sync having the current changes for the past three days. Is there a
way to merge this current work folder with a working copy from the

I've gone through by hand and deleted the files I no longer need. This
leaves only the current changes that need to be accounted for. I at first
thought I could just import it as a branch and merge the branch with my
trunk, either I can't do that or I'm doing it wrong....I ended up deleting
the branch and then svn add'ed the files to a new branch instead of using
the import command..same result.

Is this something I can fix with a svn merge? (I hope so, the alternative is
to spend another weekend deleting and moving files around again :) )

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