We just upgraded our repository schema to 1.6 and I have been busy
marking some changes as already merged (using --record-only) and then
actually merging some newer changes. Now I notice that the mergeinfo for
the root of trunk (and many other subdirs) lists trunk as a source. Is
this normal? Is this okay? Can I safely delete it?
Also, I seem to have one bogus record that has a bad path...'repos'
should not be included in the path. Should I just delete this line from
Now that I've struggled through this, I wonder if anyone knows of a
getting started guide for updating a repository that does not have
mergeinfo. If there is, I'd like to contribute. If not, where should I
[jlm_at_zaz4 trunk]$ svn info .
Repository Root: svn://svn
Repository UUID: acbe0041-fb30-0410-9631-9a56e7159d43
Node Kind: directory
Last Changed Author: jlm
Last Changed Rev: 9638
Last Changed Date: 2009-09-30 10:21:01 -0400 (Wed, 30 Sep 2009)
[jlm_at_zaz4 trunk]$ svn pg svn:mergeinfo .
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Received on 2009-09-30 18:11:20 CEST