I have an irritating recurring issue when I merge from a branch to
trunk. The same 9 files, plus their parent directory, keep getting
updated, even when those files have not been modified (neither on
branch nor trunk). We're using Subversion 1.5.
Steps in more detail:
1. Create a branch from head of trunk.
2. Modify one file (say foo/example.txt) on branch working copy,
commit that file only.
3. Within root of trunk working copy:
run: svn merge --reintegrate branch-url
--- Merging differences between repository URLs into '.':
4. Commit these updates to trunk.
Prior to step 4, observing the diffs, there are no material changes to
the files themselves - they are identical to their latest revisions on
the trunk (except for foo/example.txt, which was expected).
Comparing the svn:merginfo between the working copies and trunk, all
of the zombie files, and the "bar" directory gain the branch and its
corresponding revisions, while foo/example.txt does not.
This re-occurs with every merge, even on new branches. Note that these
aren't the only files under directory "bar" - but *only* these files
keep reappearing as updates.
Any suggestions as to what might be causing this, and how I might
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Received on 2009-04-17 02:22:48 CEST