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Re: merge two local working copies

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_red-bean.com>
Date: 2007-07-17 23:39:19 CEST

Eric Hanchrow <offby1@blarg.net> writes:
> You know, that's true, but I've done it a couple of times and wound up
> _very_ confused. I can't remember why. I dimly recall Ben
> Collins-Sussman (one of the developers) agreeing that it's a bad idea.

I recommend you first copy your working copy BASE revisions to a
branch, switch to the branch, and commit them. That way you get
something that's much easier to diff (the other way, it's still
possible to get a diff of your changes, but it takes more work,
because you don't have a clean changeset to work with).


   $ svn cp -rBASE -m "Create experiment branch." . http://.../branches/blah/
   $ svn switch http://.../branches/blah/
   $ svn st -q
    [... make sure your local changes are still there ...]
   $ svn ci -m "My experimental changes."

I haven't tested that, but it should work.


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