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Re: Merge 'R' -- what the h* is it? (was: Merge 'G' -- what the h* is it?)

From: Carsten Koch <CarstenKochICEM_at_web.de>
Date: Thu, 03 Sep 2009 13:54:18 +0200


here is another funny merge status code:

% svn merge -r114504:114505 http://svn/caa/mods/bs-caa-OpTopPerfo-CellRestructuring
--- Merging r114505 into '.':
R src/Products/ICMOperatorTop/ICMCLAOperators.m/src/ICMCLACellRestructuring.cpp

On Mon, 2008-06-23 at 22:49 +0200, Miha Vitorovic wrote:
> As you already noticed, svn is a bit
> help-challenged in certain areas :)
> merGed -- meaning that there were local modifications in the file *and*
> new changes brought in via the merge (or update), but the two did not
> conflict (otherwise you would have seen "C").
> See:
> svn help update
> svnbook.red-bean.com
> It would be nice if 'svn merge' pointed the user to the help for update,
> since they use the same status letters.

Neither "svn help merge" nor "svn help update" explains the R.
I also did not find it on
or on

I did find it on
but when you do a "delete/commit/add" on the same name,
"svn status" does not show "R". It shows "A"!?

Crazy, huh?



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