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Re: merging suddenly doesn't work

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006q2_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-05-12 16:38:43 CEST

On May 12, 2006, at 15:23, Andreas Pakulat wrote:

>>> So do you have a hint on how I could merge using the python script
>>> mentioned in my original post? I mean such that the merged
>>> project ends
>>> up in <myrepository>/project/trunk and not in
>>> <myrepository>/project/foo?
>>> Or am I better off using diff and patch?
>> The svn_load_dirs.pl Perl script is designed to handle this
>> scenario. I believe
>> it should be described in the Vendor Branches section of the book.
> Thanks for this extensive explanation, it surely cleared up things.
> However: I don't want to keep track of "old" revisions of aqbanking
> and
> thus svn_load_dirs.pl is not really what I want.
> What I did now is something similar. Imported aqbanking/trunk into my
> own repository and everytime I need to sync it with upstream I just
> create a diff between the apropriate revisions like
> svn diff -r1005:10013 https://.... >r1005_r10013.diff
> apply it to a working copy of my own aqbanking and then I can merge
> the
> differences to my real project (based on aqbanking source).

AFAIK, that procedure will not handle directory additions or
deletions or changes in properties, and I'm not sure what it'll do
with file additions or deletions. It will only properly handle
changes in the contents of existing files. So just be aware of that,
and maybe play around with a few scenarios and try it out and see
whether it handles it well enough for your needs.

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