Let's consider the following repository structure :
The repository is at revision 100
libA and libB are external libraries managed as vendor branches which
were merged twice each into the trunk since its beginning. This means
that the following mergeinfo is on trunk/libs/libA :
and the following on trunk/libs/libB:
the feature1 branch was created as a copy of /trunk at revision 45 and
changes from trunk were regularly merged into it which gives the
following merge info on /branches/feature1:
The last final merge from trunk being done in revision 100.
Now I want to reintegrate the feature branch back into trunk but I get
the an error message saying that it is unable to reintegrate because
some revisions are missing on the branch:
/branches/feature1/libs/libA is missing /trunk/libs/libA:45-99
/branches/feature1/libs/libB is missing /trunk/libs/libB:45-99
I don't understand why it complains as all changes are already in since
they were merged before the feature branch was created.
Adding the above two paths and revision numbers in the merge infos for
libA and libB allows to reintegrate but I would prefer if this could be
This was done with version 1.6.6 clients
Do you think this is a bug?
If yes, is it already reported and/or a fix available?
If not, what have I done wrong to get to this situation?
Received on 2010-01-27 09:49:52 CET