I used a recent-ish trunk build.
Daniel Shahaf wrote on Thu, Jun 23, 2011 at 03:03:05 +0300:
> I also expected step 4 to conflict, and I also don't get a conflict:
> 9,% ./new.sh
> ### Making a Greek Tree for import...
> ### Done.
> ### Importing it...
> Committed revision 1.
> ### Done.
> 9,% cd wc1/trunk/
> 9,% $svn cp -q A A2
> 9,% $svn ci -q -m branch
> 9,% :>A/mu
> 9,% $svn ci -q -mrm A
> 9,% $svn up -q
> 9,% cp A2/mu A/mu
> 9,% $svn ci -q -madd A
> 9,% $svn up
> Updating '.':
> At revision 4.
> 9,% $svn merge -c 4 A A2
> --- Recording mergeinfo for merge of r4 into 'A2':
> U A2
> 9,% $svn ci -mmerge
> Sending A2
> Committed revision 5.
> 9,% cat A2/mu
> This is the file 'A/mu'.
> Maybe Johan can explain that :)
> Christoph Bartoschek wrote on Wed, Jun 22, 2011 at 21:25:29 +0200:
> > Hi,
> > we have the following situation:
> > 1. A branch is created from trunk.
> > 2. In trunk a line of code is added and commited as revision X
> > 3. The line is removed again and commited as revision X+1
> > 4. In branch changeset X+1 is merged from trunk
> > 5. In branch changeset X is merged from trunk.
> > The problem is now that in the branch the line is still there and
> > one gets no warning from subversion that something is wrong.
> > Is this a bug in subversion? Why isn't there at least a merge
> > conflict for step 4?
> > Christoph
Received on 2011-06-23 03:16:02 CEST