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Re: Can subversion track structural changes? In different copies? And merge them?

From: Mariano Kamp <mariano.kamp_at_acm.org>
Date: 2006-09-07 16:05:58 CEST

Garrett Rooney wrote:
> On 9/7/06, Mariano Kamp <mariano.kamp@acm.org> wrote:
>> Otherwise this would mean that all svn users don't use branches and
>> merge automagically. Or they don't do any structural changes, besides
>> adding new files.
> No, it just means that significant tree rearrangements can screw up
> merging, and people have lived with that for now. Yes, it sucks.
Sorry for being so annoying, but any change in the structure, besides
add, that will be effected in more than one tree will cause this, right?

> Sorry. Hopefully it will get better in the future.
No offense meant. Just wanted to understand the situation.

Anyway, Garret, from what I read in the bug report you are working on it
right now for 1.5. Do I understand it correctly, that after your
significant fix / new feature you can do all sorts of structural
changes, e.g. moving directories, and still can automatically merge?

What is the best guess for the release date of the 1.5 release? First
half of '07 or second half?

Thanks for working on this missing feature. We are really looking
forward to see it added.


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