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Merging and "Skipped missing target"

From: yellowbkpk <ian.dees_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 21 May 2008 14:19:44 -0700 (PDT)

I made a dev branch (e.g. "dev-branch") off of trunk a couple weeks ago. I
attempted to merge them today using the Subversion Book process:

$ cd work/trunk

$ svn up
At revision 4549.

$ svn merge -r4379:4549 http://svn.x.com/project/branches/dev-branch

This works, but there are several files that I created on the branch that
don't show up in my working copy. They are reported as "Skipped missing
target: 'x/y/z'"

How can I get these files merged? I am pretty sure they aren't renamed, but
are in fact brand new files from the branch that need to be added to the


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