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Re: problem during a merge

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006q2_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-06-01 17:02:46 CEST

On Jun 1, 2006, at 16:29, hubert.loewenguth wrote:

> I have an error during a merge and I don't understand the meaning
> of this error.
> I'm trying to apply the modifications done on a trunk to my local
> working branch :
> svn merge -r 25:150 https://ipadress/therepository/trunk/src ./
> my_branch/src
> Everything works fine untill the merge process is trying to work
> with a new file added in the https main repository.
> The merge operation stop giving me this message:
> "svn : Schemas d'accession mixtes non encore supportés"
> What we can try to translate into something like:
> "svn: schemas of mixte accession not yet supported".
> Does anybody knows what this message means ?

Yes. Your working copy is presumably checked out using http (verify
this using "svn info" on your working copy) and now you're trying to
merge in a change over https, and this difference of schemes (http
vs. https) is not supported. Use the same scheme (http) when doing
the merge, or "svn switch --relocate" the working copy to the https URL.

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