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mergeinfo vs. merge.

From: Mike Meyer <mmeyer_at_lexmark.com>
Date: Mon, 13 Apr 2009 11:12:38 -0400

I'm cuious if there's a difference - or can be - between what merginfo
reports and merge does. We've got a 1.5.2 repo, and are running into the
bug related to resurrecting dead source branches. But trying to do a merge
of that code - which doesn't actually do the merge - takes two orders of
magnitude longer than just asking for the mergeinfo data:

corolla% time svn mergeinfo --show-revs eligible https://svn/stuff.....
svn mergeinfo --show-revs eligible 0.12s user 0.01s system 20% cpu 0.632
corolla% time svn merge https://svn/stuff
svn: Target path does not exist
svn merge https://svn/stuff 44.96s user 2.85s system 73% cpu 1:05.14

If merge can find different things to merge - what are the? If merge
should never find things not reported by mergeinfo, then it would seem
that there's a performance issue to be dealt with.



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