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Re: can *never* use merge with --reintegrate

From: Stein Somers <ssomers_at_opnet.com>
Date: Mon, 12 Oct 2009 18:18:23 +0200

> I'm in Ubuntu and yes, the current directory is

I was referring to the strange backslash in your command. It couldn't be a
Windows path anyway, that would have to appear after the URL.

>> Reintegration is a stage after "genuine" merging. First you have to merge
>> /trunk into /branches/pat, commit that (which in this case will only send a
>> svn:mergeinfo attribute). Then reintegration should work.
> OK, so what are the steps, really. I find the RedBean on this terrible.

First prepare the branch for reintegration:

        svn co .../sandbox.../branches/pat pat
        cd pat
        svn merge .../sandbox.../trunk
        svn commit

Then reintegrate:
        svn co .../sandbox.../trunk trunk
        cd trunk
        svn merge --reintegrate .../sandbox.../branches/pat

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