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Can I remove all traces of svn merge tracking?

From: Chris Lajoie <ctlajoie_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 25 Mar 2009 12:09:26 -0600

When 1.5 came out, I got a little too excited and updated our server
immediately. I had been using svnmerge.py for merge tracking, so I ran
the migration script, and everything appeared to work as intended.
However, once I started using merge tracking, I started noticing some
very odd behavior. I could go into detail about what happened, but I
have done some googling and I believe I have a very vague
understanding of why these things happened. If I understand correctly,
the issues I am having are a result of mergeinfo props on past
revisions of directories that no longer exist in HEAD (or are named
something different in HEAD) and the svnmerge migration tool was
unable to account for all the structure changes our repository has
gone through.

I would like to start fresh -- remove all of the svn:mergeinfo props
from all revisions. Is there a way to do this?



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