Andy Levy wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 29, 2008 at 11:23 AM, Mike Todd <MikeTodd_at_onebookshelf.com> wrote:
>> Here's the scenario: we have our trunk, and a dev branch which was created
>> from revision 300 of the trunk. Sometimes we'll find a bug, fix it on
>> trunk, and want to merge that fix back into dev, when that same file has
>> also changed on dev. Here's the commands we run:
>> cd branches/dev
>> svn merge -r300:HEAD http://svn.example.org/foo/trunk/file.php file.php
>> However, this results in a conflict, and when I open branches/dev/file.php,
>> it shows the entirety of the dev version, =======, then the entirety of the
>> trunk version below that. Even though in the test case I ran just now, the
>> files are exactly the same other than one line added to dev, and one line
>> (in a different place) added to the trunk version.
> Are the EOL markers different in trunk vs. the branch?
That does indeed seem to be the problem -- thanks! Some of our guys are
editing in Linux and some in Windows, which I assume caused this
problem. Any advice on solving this? There are a lot of files like
this, and it would be a major pain to have to manually merge all changes.
Received on 2008-04-29 18:13:41 CEST