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What is the real difference between svn merge with "URL-of-target URL target" and "URL target"?

From: Christian Lohmaier <cloph_at_openoffice.org>
Date: Wed, 11 Feb 2009 22:50:47 +0100

Hi *,

what is the real difference between the two svn merge calls?
using subversion 1.5.5 the following creates the property conflicts as
mentioned in the previous mail:

svn merge --accept pospone <url> working-copy

while the command

svn merge --accept pospone <url-of-working-copy> <url> working-copy

works without a problem.

So what is the difference between those two?
From my understanding the two should be equivalent.

ciao
Christian

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